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China, US trade tensions threaten Boeing 737 MAX comeback as CEO hopes for ‘thaw’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun warned that a prolonged trade deadlock between the United States and China threatens the comeback of its 737 MAX and, ultimately, the company’s long-standing role as an industrial champion.China will be one of the world’s hottest aviation markets as the coronavirus pandemic recedes, accounting for about a quarter of expected growth in jet sales over the next decade, Calhoun said on Thursday.But without an agreement in place to restart purchases and deliveries, Boeing…

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Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun warned that a prolonged trade deadlock between the United States and China threatens the comeback of its 737 MAX and, ultimately, the company’s long-standing role as an industrial champion.China will be one of the world’s hottest aviation markets as the coronavirus pandemic recedes, accounting for about a quarter of expected growth in jet sales over the next decade, Calhoun said on Thursday.But without an agreement in place to restart purchases and deliveries, Boeing…

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