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China unlikely to certify Boeing 737 MAX to fly again any time soon, analysts say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Boeing’s hopes of getting its 737 MAX back into service in the critical Chinese market could fall victim to the ongoing tensions between the United States and China, analysts have said.“Some large companies are certainly eager to maintain [their business in] the Chinese market or even expand the Chinese market, but at present, these enterprises can only play a rather small role in US politics,” said Shi Yinyong, a professor of international relations at Renmin University and an adviser to the…

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Boeing’s hopes of getting its 737 MAX back into service in the critical Chinese market could fall victim to the ongoing tensions between the United States and China, analysts have said.“Some large companies are certainly eager to maintain [their business in] the Chinese market or even expand the Chinese market, but at present, these enterprises can only play a rather small role in US politics,” said Shi Yinyong, a professor of international relations at Renmin University and an adviser to the…

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