Boeing's new 737 completion center in China is almost ready to open
A top Boeing China executive said the new facility in Zhoushan China will only serve Chinese aircraft customers
Three words- Made in China
Made in China is slowly but surely turning into a badge of excellence, hopefully by 2025.
My Hyundai Elantra is mostly made in Korea. Thank God
I can only say that Hyundai made in the US are inferior to Hyundai made in Korea.
Better hope none of those are coming back to the USA. The tariffs will be HUGE!
More Boeing Jobs given away and outsourced to other countries.
but but but...i thought trump was bring manufacturing back to the usa...
Just a matter of time until China has stolen enough proprietary secrets to build it on their own
Is it wise to put up a technologically advanced facility in China, who has no respect to trade and copyright laws? Also China is well known for stealing and illegally copying technologies that it uses against its competitors both commercially and militarily.
Things made in China rarely last for more than 30 days.
Boeing has a tough choice. Either play ball China's way and get part of some 2000+ airframes expected to be sold in the coming years or they mostly go to Airbus which has a complete assembly operation there. This factory is final assembly and testing only.
Fly Airbus, trust me you'll be safe
Airbus also manufactured in China.
Are Boeing jets made in China going to be flying in the United States carrying U.S. passengers?
Time to turn all the spy equipment on.