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Sep 17, 2022 04:50 AM
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Boeing Diverts Some 737 Max Orders From China

China has yet to give a clear timetable for allowing the 737 Max to go back into service.
China has yet to give a clear timetable for allowing the 737 Max to go back into service.

(Bloomberg) — Boeing Co. is shopping some jets earmarked for China to other buyers as the plane-maker grapples with trade tensions that have stalled 737 Max deliveries to its largest overseas market.

The shift affects a “small number” of planes, Boeing Chief Executive Officer Dave Calhoun told reporters Thursday at an industry event in Washington. Executives said they didn’t undertake the decision lightly, especially given the importance of the Chinese market and Boeing’s half-century-long relationship with airlines there.

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