A combination of Boeing and Embraer may be exciting boosters of those companies, but it could also spell more trouble for suppliers of both airplane manufacturers, practically all of whom already feel under the gun by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), according to aerospace and defense analysts. Boeing’s supply chain has reeled from the Chicago-based OEM’s Partnering for Success (PFS) initiative, which has sought cost cuts in teen-level percentages to erase the premium ...

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