The specter of China opting to forgo Boeing airliners or other U.S. aerospace products is reemerging now that the countries are set to raise tariffs on each other’s imports following a breakdown in trade talks May 10. Nothing has changed about the benefit or harm to either side of such a boycott, or the timing and details, but aerospace cognoscenti had conveniently forgotten about such possibilities until recently because both sides made it sound like a deal was imminent. Last year, ...

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