China proposes tariffs on Boeing planes, but it’s less than meets the eye

April 4, 2018, © Leeham News: The Trump Administration’s ill-conceived proposed tariffs on aircraft parts made and imported from China prompted what on the surface appears to be a hit back at Boeing,  but which in reality seems… Read More

China tariffs on Boeing unlikely

Analysis March 14, 2018 © Leeham News: Boeing is unlikely to face retaliatory tariffs from China following President Trump’s imposition of tariffs on China’s steel industry. LNC believes China’s own self-interest for its airline, leasing and aerospace industry… Read More

Potential credit crisis in China would hurt aviation industry

Subscription Required Now open to all readers (11/27/17). Introduction Sept. 4, 2017, © Leeham Co.: China, now the world’s second largest economy, appears to be feeling the strains of its long, explosive growth. The economy is slowing, there… Read More

Bombardier optimistic about China

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No new design needed for turboprops, says Bombardier

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Assessing the SSJ100 future

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Pontifications: Boeing’s risk if Trump goes wild

Feb. 6, 2017, © Leeham Co.: Boeing officials must be downing antacids by the bushel about now. President Donald Trump has the Mexican president pissed off. Trump’s spokesman says the immigration ban (or pause, or suspense, depending on… Read More

Boeing to decide this year 787 production rate of 14/mo

Jan. 25, 2017: Boeing today reported slightly lower revenues for 2016 vs. 2015. Revenues were down 2% to $94.6bn vs $96.1bn. Net profit was down 5% year-over-year, reflecting the lower revenues and after charges on the KC-46A tanker… Read More

Market, other factors emerging, creating Boeing 787 concern

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US, EU ignore Chinese, Russian subsidies

Nov. 15, 2016, © Leeham Co.: Government subsidies to commercial aircraft companies appear to be increasing despite the 12-year disputes before the World Trade Organization between Europe and the US over Airbus and Boeing aid. Yet the US… Read More