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The administration of Donald Trump may be getting ready to crack down on goods coming into the US.
According to a report by John King at CNN, the Trump transition team has been floating the idea of an executive order that would impose a 5% tariff on all imported goods soon after Trump takes office.
President-elect Donald Trump is considering an early executive action to impose tariffs on foreign imports.
Much to the consternation of one of the Republican Party’s staunchest bases — the business community — the Trump transition team reportedly wants to spur American manufacturing by making good from other countries more expensive, according to CNN.
Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) says President-elect Donald Trump's discussion of imposing a tariff on imports through executive action means he understands the "anxiety" of working men and women in this country.
"The first thing I thought when I heard it is Donald Trump understands the working men and women of my state," she said Thursday on CNN's "New Day."
The Trump transition team is floating the possibility of an early executive action to impose tariffs on foreign imports, according to multiple sources.
The tariff is pegged as being a general one and set at a level of 5%.
“The US is going to substantially reduce taxes and regulations on businesses, but any business that leaves our country for another country, fires its employees, builds a new factory or plant in the other country, and thinks it will sell its product back into the US without retribution or consequence, is WRONG! There will be a tax on our soon to be strong border of 35% for these companies wanting to sell their product….” back into the U.S., Trump tweeted.Prior to this Twitter onslaught, many other firms probably thought it might be worth negotiating tax breaks with the president elect to get a piece of the action. And why not? Under the terms of the Carrier deal, it appears the state of Indiana — whose governor is still Mike Pence — offered the company $7 million in tax breaks over 10 years in order to save what was actually 800 jobs. Likely, more was promised besides and so it was tax incentives — rather than a big stick — that saved those jobs. Despite picking up some favorable reviews over the job retention, Trump probably decided he needed to turn up the heat to head off would-be copycat deals.
Art. 3Potenziamento della riscossioneA decorrere dal 1° gennaio 2017, l’Agenzia delle entrate può utilizzare le banche dati e le informazioni alle quali è autorizzata ad accedere sulla base di specifiche disposizioni di legge, anche ai fini dell’esercizio delle funzioni relative alla riscossione nazionale di cui all’articolo 3, comma 1, del decreto-legge 30 settembre 2005, n. 203, convertito, con modificazioni, dalla legge 2 dicembre 2005, n. 248.All’articolo 72-ter del decreto del Presidente della Repubblica 29 settembre 1973, n. 602, dopo il comma 2-bis, è inserito il seguente: «2-ter. Ai medesimi fini previsti dai commi precedenti, l’Agenzia delle entrate può acquisire le informazioni relative ai rapporti di lavoro o di impiego, accedendo direttamente, in via telematica, alle specifiche banche dati dell’Istituto nazionale della previdenza sociale.L’Agenzia delle entrate-Riscossione è autorizzata ad accedere e utilizzare i dati di cui al presente articolo per i propri compiti di istituto.