ZHUHAI, China—The head of Boeing’s operations in China is looking toward an easing of trade tensions between the U.S. and China. “We would hope that the two governments can find a way to work their way through these difficulties,” Boeing China President John Bruns said at the Zhuhai Air Show in China. “We are encouraging that.” After the Trump administration levied tariffs on many Chinese exports earlier this year, China retaliated by announcing a ...

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