Boeing: Beijing Strikes Back

Dec. 01, 2022 12:00 PM ETThe Boeing Company (BA)EADSF, EADSY163 Comments

Summary

  • A couple of days ago, the Chinese aircraft manufacturer COMAC received a production license to produce its own narrow-body airliner C919.
  • This is a major blow to Boeing, which failed to convince the Chinese regulators to recertify its own airliner 737 MAX after it has been grounded back in 2019.
  • The potential loss of the Chinese market to Airbus, COMAC, and others, has become a real possibility for Boeing, especially since Sino-American relations recently reached a new historical low.
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China"s First Self-developed Large Passenger Jetliner C919 Rolls Off Production Line

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As the Chinese protests continue to gain momentum and dominate the headlines, there was another major development, which would more than likely have a negative impact on the American aircraft manufacturer The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA). Just

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