» » Exclusive: Boeing nears $3.5 billion 737 MAX jet deal with Japan's ANA - sources

Exclusive: Boeing nears $3.5 billion 737 MAX jet deal with Japan's ANA - sources

Added by: administrator Business | Comments: 1 | Views: 1 088 |

This transaction is the first sale in Japan of the newest version of the Boeing 737 family, which was a turning point for European Airbus, five years after the same airline became the first Japanese carrier to choose the competing A320neo.
This also coincides with negotiations between Washington and Tokyo over a potential trade pact, when Japan faces pressure from the administration of US President Donald Trump to reduce its trade surplus with the US.

Boeing declined to comment. ANA cannot be reached immediately for comment. Sources said the deal could be announced on Tuesday, subject to final approval by the airline, subject to anonymity.
The Boeing 737 MAX and Airbus A320neo have collected thousands of orders due to the significant fuel savings offered by the new generation of engines.

But the world's largest aircraft manufacturers continue to conduct fierce market battles, while Boeing refuses Airbus's recent leadership in the market for such medium-range aircraft.

Trump and other senior US officials criticized Japan for trade, arguing that Tokyo is unfair to the United States, sending millions of vehicles to North America, while at the same time blocking imports of cars and agricultural products to the United States.
Japan says its markets for manufactured goods are open, although it protects politically sensitive agricultural products.

In September, Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed to start trade negotiations on an agreement that appeared, at least temporarily, to protect Japanese automakers from further tariffs on their exports, which account for about two-thirds of Japan's trade surplus of 69 billion dollars from United States.

Japan insists that the new trade agreement on goods will not be a comprehensive free trade agreement, but US Trade Representative Robert Leithizer said that last year he sought to conclude a free trade agreement requiring Congress approval.


Группа: Guests
#1 05-02-2019 15:17
I simply could not leave your website prior to suggesting that I actually loved the standard information a person supply for your visitors? Is going to be back often in order to investigate cross-check new posts viagra online
  • Like
  • 0

Add a comment

Subscribe to comments

Enter the characters from the picture in the reply field
reload, if the code cannot be seen