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China sanctions Boeing, two U.S. defense contractors for Taiwan arms sales

Not for recent quality problem?

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https://www.bbc.com/news/business-68979354

https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/boeing-delays-some-737-max-deliveries-after-new-quality-defect-2024-02-05/

https://www.wionews.com/world/boeings-largest-supplier-regularly-provided-fuselages-with-serious-defects-whistleblower-719559

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Excellent..

Well done China..

With honor and dignity..

GO CHINA!!..

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Is China so hard up they have to buy US defense equipment?

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This is good news. Xi is way too patient with the U.S. Reciprocity works well and sends a message peacefully.

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Lol

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Pointless and completely ineffectual, nobody at Boeing or the defense contractors will be losing any sleep over this.

A little bravado for the home audiences.

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Pointless and completely ineffectual, nobody at Boeing or the defense contractors will be losing any sleep over this.

It’s reciprocity not designed to hurt Boeing. China will do what the U.S. does to China. That’s why there’ll never be war. Someone has to attack China first and the U.S. won’t. It just hope the Philippines will or Taiwan by way of declaring independence. It bc won’t be the US. Result peace in Asia.

China is growing at double the rate of the US, runs a thumping trade surplus and has cornered the market in solar panels and other green-tech products. 

The military-industrial complex, the intelligence agencies, the Pentagon, Boeing’s Defense, Space & Security unit, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, and General Dynamics Land Systems and their supporters in Congress - want to preserve the American hegemony but in reality Russia is a powerful, technologically sophisticated country. China is also a very powerful, very technologically sophisticated country.

The U.S. has no choice but to accept that.

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quercetumToday 05:49 pm JST

Pointless and completely ineffectual, nobody at Boeing or the defense contractors will be losing any sleep over this.

It’s reciprocity not designed to hurt Boeing. China will do what the U.S. does to China. That’s why there’ll never be war. Someone has to attack China first and the U.S. won’t. It just hope the Philippines will or Taiwan by way of declaring independence. It bc won’t be the US. Result peace in Asia.

You seem to think peace is inevitable. History would say otherwise. And Taiwan declaring independence is not an attack and the Philippines has a right to water canon, ram, and LRAD pirates in its waters.

China is growing at double the rate of the US, runs a thumping trade surplus and has cornered the market in solar panels and other green-tech products. 

Hope they can make the 3x total growth they need to equal the US. Not sure dumping will help with that.

The military-industrial complex, the intelligence agencies, the Pentagon, Boeing’s Defense, Space & Security unit, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, and General Dynamics Land Systems and their supporters in Congress - want to preserve the American hegemony but in reality Russia is a powerful, technologically sophisticated country.

How did we get to Russia here? Russia is a has-been, it's economy converted to making artillery shells.

China is also a very powerful, very technologically sophisticated country.

They have been very good at stealing things, yes.

The U.S. has no choice but to accept that.

Oh, I would say both parties are wise to China's methods at this point.

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Yet Boeing performs final assembly on 737 models in China

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