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Trump’s Trade War With … Boeing?

U.S. companies prepare to defend their Chinese interests | “Nobody gets to set the agenda unilaterally around here”
Chinese sales as a share of global revenue

If President-elect Donald Trump delivers on his repeated campaign pledges to get tough with China on trade, a powerful group of adversaries will likely line up against him: American multinational corporations. These companies have more than $228 billion at stake in the event of a trade conflict between the world’s two biggest economies.

The track record of such corporations pushing back against Washington on

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