Corporate tax reform should be President-elect Donald Trump’s number one priority, according to business leaders surveyed by CNBC.

Chief financial officers (CFOs) at multinationals around the world do not see their businesses impacted by Trump’s controversial policy proposals, such as the repeal of Obamacare, and are in fact positive about the president-elect’s economic approach.

Of the global business leaders who responded, 73.9 percent of U.S.-based CFOs, 85.7 percent of EMEA- based CFOs and 42.9 percent of APAC-based CFOs argued that Trump’s principal focus should be corporate tax reform.

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