Analysts: Aircraft makers could see long-term harm from Boeing strike

10/20/2008 | Washington Post, The

Nearly two months into a machinists' strike, Boeing Co.'s labor woes could make it difficult for the aircraft maker to weather the recession, analysts warn. "My sense is that the impact is going to be much deeper than currently perceived," says consultant Wolfgang Demisch. Despite a backlog of aircraft orders, Boeing's factories have been closed due to the strike.

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