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U.S. Documents | 14 September. 2016 Aircraft Orders are Falling Sharply, but Won't Hit GDP Growth
We don't often write about the performance of individual companies, but we have to make an exception for Boeing, because it is big enough to matter at a macro level. Last year, civilian aircraft orders--dominated by Boeing--totalled $102B, equivalent to 0.6% of GDP.

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14 September. 2016 Aircraft Orders are Falling Sharply, but Won't Hit GDP Growth

By Ian Shepherdson

We don't often write about the performance of individual companies, but we have to make an exception for Boeing, because it is big enough to matter at a macro level. Last year, civilian aircraft orders--dominated by Boeing--totalled $102B, equivalent to 0.6% of GDP.

Posted: 14th Sep 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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