Mnuchin says US tax reform will be revenue neutral under Trump growth assumptions

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WASHINGTON, Sept 13 - US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Wednesday a tax reform plan being worked on by the Trump administration would not add to budget deficit projections under the administration's forecast for economic growth.

"It will be revenue neutral under our growth assumptions," Mnuchin said in an interview on Fox News Channel. "We can pay for these tax cuts with economic growth."

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