It seems that the latest news surrounding Private jet charters is centered around a company that offers blade private jet charter services to select members. In a recent interview on a local radio talk show, Will Heyburn, a candidate for US Congress from Texas was asked if he thought that it was a good idea for corporations and people to be able to charter private jets and fly them without having to pay the government taxes that apply to those who fly in federal aircraft. In response to the question, Mr. Heyburn said that it may indeed be a good idea, especially if there are serious negotiations taking place in international trade. Okay, so let’s talk about this for second shall we?
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One of the biggest issues in international trade right now is the US-European Union. The European Union, and Germany in particular, have been very hard on the United States for causing an unfair advantage through global trade. Due to this, the EU has been trying to put pressure on the United States to let go of its massive trade surplus. If the US were to allow Europe to have a bigger slice of the American pie, then that would inevitably mean increased European exports and/or an end to US trade deficit lawsuits, which could mean higher prices in the US for goods and services.
As you can see, the concept of using a private jet charter service to conduct international business is nothing new, but what is new is the fact that it is now being used by the major corporations in the world as a method of doing business. Will Heyburn might be right about that, but what is equally important is whether or not the “blades of steel” political establishment can stand up to the giant corporate conglomerates? You bet they can and the future of international trade depends on it.