Photograph by Joe Raedle/Getty Images After a Boeing 737 Max airplane crashed in Addis Ababa, China became the first country to order its airlines to ground the planes. Other countries quickly followed suit , with the United Kingdom becoming the first European country to ban the Boeing 737 Max in its airspace. Eventually, after days of defending the planes as safe, the U.S. government felt compelled to do the same. While safety was China’s ostensible concern, the backdrop here is the U.S.-China trade war . And this episode illustrates two of the enduring lessons of that conflict: First, trade […]
Boeing Got Caught in the U.S.-China Trade War. Who’s Next?
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