A proposed Chinese import tariff on U.S.-built, large-cabin business jets is hitting the business jet industry just as it is emerging from extended economic doldrums. That is the assessment of U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), speaking after an aviation jobs rally in early April at Garmin International’s headquarters in Olathe, Kansas. Accelerated depreciation and tax reform on new and used business aircraft presents the opportunity to encourage sales and aviation jobs, according to ...


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