Weaker markets are in store for business jets in 2019, according to the latest report by Bloomberg intelligence. The research conducted by George Ferguson, Team Aerospace, BI senior industry analyst and Douglas Rothacker, Team Aerospace, Autos BI industry analyst, suggests that there is slowing global economic growth, especially outside the US, and higher production rates. In the report it’s said: “As the largest market for business jets, the US should buffer the weakness as its GDP (gross domestic product) growth slows less than other global markets. Good corporate profits and recent US tax-law changes that allow 100% depreciation in the
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