So far there is no panic. China’s proposed special tariffs on U.S. aircraft may look potentially damaging to Gulfstream, but the company reports that prospective buyers are unfazed. And there are reasons to think new Chinese owners of Gulfstream aircraft could sidestep the import taxes anyway if they are finally imposed. Possible customers seem to assume that Washington and Beijing will find a way out of their trade dispute, says Gulfstream President Mark Burns. The U.S. on March 22 ...


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