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Trump’s trade war with China is threatening Boeing’s crucial sales of larger aircraft, according to its CEO

“Boeing’s widebody 787 Dreamliner jets, which President Donald Trump once described as “beautiful,” could become a victim of his administration’s escalating trade war with China” writes David Slotnick for businessinsider.com. However, fears of a global recession triggered by the trade war could delay those expected orders, according to Bloomberg.”We’re still hopeful that a trade deal will be accomplished and that airplanes will be part of that,” Muilenburg said Wednesday at an investor conference.”But a lack of a trade deal does add risk to our widebody skyline.Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg warned on Wednesday that the escalating trade war between the US and China is creating a new risk for its wide-body commercial airplane programs.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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