Boeing is formally warning suppliers, investors and everyone else that escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China—its largest single market—may soon threaten prospective aircraft sales, particularly those of the company’s lucrative twinjet 777 and 787 families. Detailing the threat to an investor conference this month, Boeing Chairman, CEO and President Dennis Muilenburg said orders from China form a key element of Boeing’s planning for future production ...

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