It really was tricky. It had been escalating with tit-for-tat tariffs having NOTHING to do with the Boeing / Airbus companies but their parts makers and other down the supply chain, bulking up to ridiculous punitive fines from both sides. It’s been going on a long long time, through several presidencies but hopefully this will be the fix they each need.

 It really was tricky. It had been escalating with tit-for-tat tariffs having NOTHING to do with the Boeing / Airbus companies but their parts makers and other down the supply chain, bulking up to ridiculous punitive fines from both sides.
It’s been going on a long long time, through several presidencies but hopefully this will be the fix they each need.
Many of the former President’s tariffs with Europe – and the resulting tit-for-tat disputes remain; I think steel and aluminum — and affecting peanut butter and all kinds of unexpectedly odd products too –
They’ll require their own meetings and negotiations if they chose to tackle it – but at least putting airbus and boeing on a “level playing field” allows them to turn their heads to China to focus on that. Common economic foe I suppose. I try not to get too into it.

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