Exclusive video: Six potential business impacts of the US deficit

Posted on 13 November 2013

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As the US deficit approaches $17 trillion, businesses, including drilling contractors and operators, could potentially be negatively impacted by federal budget-related decisions, from tax increases to further sequestration. In this video, Gene Marks, columnist, author and president of Marks Group, speaks with DC associate editor Joanne Liou about six main impacts the deficit could have on businesses in the coming year.

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