Tweets, tariffs and Trump tantrums – all in a day’s work for American Airlines Cargo

June 11, 2019 Alex Lennane

“I can’t drive my business based on tweets,” said Rick Elieson, president of American Airlines Cargo, firmly. “Whether it’s a negotiating stance or a tactic [by President Trump], there are some things you can’t predict, but need to deal with at the time.”
While Trump has backtracked on implementing tariffs on Mexico, he currently appears to be raising the stakes with China, and has also threatened French – or by extension, ...

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