Boeing and Airbus want the US and China to set aside trade tensions, citing damage to both countries. "We continue to engage with leaders of United States and China and continue to urge productive conversation to resolve the trade discrepancies," says Boeing's Rick Anderson, who notes the company is "optimistic for a quick solution".
Airbus, Boeing say US-Chinese trade row a lose-lose path
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