This year was never expected to be the best business year for the commercial aerospace manufacturing sector, but neither was it supposed to be so far removed from it. Now that Boeing has announced a “temporary” slowing of its 737 production system to 42 a month—compared with 52 now and 57 once planned by this summer—the question is: How bad can it get it for suppliers? The answer depends, as always, on where a supplier sits in the supply chain. Boeing admits the ...

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