As the U.S.’s biggest manufacturing exporter, Boeing is uniquely vulnerable to radical shifts in trade policy. The incoming Trump administration has promised major trade policy changes, implying or promising renegotiation or cancellation of key multilateral agreements and the enactment of trade barriers. All of this represents risk, not just for Boeing, but for the entire U.S. commercial aerospace industry. Consider Boeing’s heavy dependence on free trade and open ...

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