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'America first' era seen dealing a blow to Asia: JCER

Outlook points to slower growth in China, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines

TOKYO -- If the U.S. decides to introduce what is being called a border adjustment tax system, it could end up pushing down economic growth rates in five Asian nations that the Japan Center for Economic Research studied.

The five countries are China, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.

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