US aerospace giant Boeing earned about 12.8 per cent of its 2017 revenues from China and is seen as among the US multinationals more vulnerable to a full-on trade war. Photo: Reuters US aerospace giant Boeing earned about 12.8 per cent of its 2017 revenues from China and is seen as among the US multinationals more vulnerable to a full-on trade war. Photo: Reuters
US aerospace giant Boeing earned about 12.8 per cent of its 2017 revenues from China and is seen as among the US multinationals more vulnerable to a full-on trade war. Photo: Reuters

From car giants to food firms, American companies calculate cost of China-US trade war

Agricultural behemoth Cargill and aerospace corporation Boeing urge Beijing and Washington to get back to the negotiating table

Topic |   US-China trade war
US aerospace giant Boeing earned about 12.8 per cent of its 2017 revenues from China and is seen as among the US multinationals more vulnerable to a full-on trade war. Photo: Reuters US aerospace giant Boeing earned about 12.8 per cent of its 2017 revenues from China and is seen as among the US multinationals more vulnerable to a full-on trade war. Photo: Reuters
US aerospace giant Boeing earned about 12.8 per cent of its 2017 revenues from China and is seen as among the US multinationals more vulnerable to a full-on trade war. Photo: Reuters
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