Next year, U.S. aerospace lobbyists will really earn their keep. Hours after President-elect Donald Trump on Dec. 6 targeted Boeing’s Air Force One contract as excessive—and days after he cajoled a United Technologies Corp. (UTC) division into not moving some jobs to Mexico—America’s aerospace trade association said it is preparing for a “challenging” policy arena in both Washington and around the world. “We’re disturbed by the increasing ...

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