Not Like Preceding Administrations, Trump In Reality Listens To Our Business, Says United Technologies Ceo

Meantime, United Technologies is set to increase its aircraft engine production to around 400 engines this year, up from 140 last year.
United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes told CNBC Monday that despite already experiencing a difficult situation with the new administration, President Donald Trump stands out from his predecessors because he listens to the company.
Ultimately, United Technologies agreed to receive $7 million in tax credits from the State of Indiana, issued at $700,000 per year for 10 years.
Carrier also agreed to invest approximately $16 million in its Indiana facilities, and keep around 1,000 people employed in Indianapolis.
Trump used Carrier as an example to highlight the decline of manufacturing in America.

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