China Has Not Ordered a Boeing Airplane Since 2017 - Hopes For Break Because Of President Biden
China hasn't ordered a Boeing airplane since 2017
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November 30, 2020 - by www.leehamnews.com
Boeing hopes the three-year order draught from China may come to an end next month.
The order, according to market intelligence, would be a boost for the slow-selling 777X. It could also mean new orders for the 787. Orders for the latter dropped significantly enough to prompt Boeing's decision to shutter the Everett 787 production line next year. Production for the 787 will be consolidated in Charleston (SC).
China hasn't ordered a Boeing airplane since 2017. Trump launched a trade war with China that escalated several times. He charged, without evidence, that China interfered with the US presidential election.
Market intelligence indicates Boeing...
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