Aircraft, jet engines and helicopters made in China are among 1,300 product categories that will face a 25% tariff if imported into the USA, the Trump Administration proposed on 3 April.
If the tariffs are approved, China’s relatively small but rapidly growing aviation industry faces a large economic cost.
The tariffs would be enacted just as several Chinese aviation products – such as the ARJ21 regional jet, C919 airliner and CR 929.
The tariffs also would fall hard on China’s indigenous industry building commercial helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, including CAIGA.
Collected and summarized from the source below by Ta Ngoc Diep: