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House Speaker Paul Ryan, President Donald Trump, and Rep. Kevin Brady.

This could be the biggest looming fight over the Republican tax plan

The new GOP tax bill would include a 20% excise tax on payments from US entities to foreign subsidiaries, which has drawn the ire of some industry groups.

Paul Ryan will promise to take advantage of a ‘once-in-a-generation moment’ and pass tax reform this year

"We are going to get this done in 2017. We need to get this done in 2017," House Speaker Paul Ryan will say in a speech to manufacturers on tax reform Tuesday.

BOEHNER: Paul Ryan is fighting Trump over a tax idea that’s ‘deader than a doornail’

Prospects for a border adjustment tax, a policy favored by Paul Ryan, appear to be dwindling with pushback form the White House and lawmakers in both parties.

Trump has reportedly shelved one of the most controversial parts of his tax plan

The Trump administration has reportedly dropped its border-adjustment tax plan ahead of an announcement on tax policy on Wednesday.

The Trump trade looks dead

The industries most exposed to Donald Trump's proposed policies are a barometer for investor faith in him. Share weakness suggests they want more progress.

‘No country would find 173 billion barrels of oil in the ground and just leave them’: Justin Trudeau gets a standing ovation at an energy ...

Trudeau received an unusually warm reception from energy industry executives after he touted Canada's oil sands.

A commercial mocking the GOP’s controversial tax plan will air during ‘SNL’

A parody commercial mocking House Republicans' proposed tax on imports will run this weekend during "Saturday Night Live."

UPDATE: White House denies report that it doesn’t support a controversial Republican tax plan

Axios reports that Trump's economic adviser Gary Cohn reportedly said the White House doesn't support the border adjustment tax.

A ‘complex moment’ — Mexico is looking to strike back against Trump

Mexico's foreign minister said the country had advantages and strengths it could bring to bear with Trump, but that it could not do so "indefinitely."