Luxury British car-maker Rolls-Royce had a stellar 2018. It sold 4,107 cars, up 22% from the year before. It was the company’s best annual result in its 115-year history.
The sales were revved up by the US, its largest market, which account for around a third of worldwide purchases.
“The tax reform helped a lot to fuel our business,” CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös told the Financial Times (paywall). The reform in question is the tax cut pushed through by Donald Trump in 2017, perhaps the president’s signature legislative achievement.