Manufacturing in Georgia May See Big Changes with Trump Administration
ATLANTA, GEORGIA (PRWEB) JANUARY 20, 2017
The country must wait to find out just how many of President Trump’s campaign promises and proposals will actually come to fruition.
With the national elections complete, the Republican Party will hold both houses of Congress and the presidency for the first time in eight years. While the country must wait to find out just how many of President Trump’s campaign promises and proposals will actually come to fruition, he has given us reasons to speculate. The markets are responding well and some high profile manufacturers have indicated a number of jobs previously heading out of the country may now stay in the U.S.
“With a focus on creating jobs in the U.S. and making it easier to do business in the states, President Trump campaigned on a promise of lower taxes and fewer regulations,” said Debbie Torrance, Tax Partner of Smith & Howard.