Japanese suppliers concerned about Boeing machinists strike

09/23/2005 | Seattle Times, The

The ongoing machinists strike at Boeing concerns some Japanese aerospace suppliers who are considering expanding their operations in Washington state. Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire is on an 11-day trade mission to Japan and China. She said supplier Fuji Heavy Industries is worried the strike could slow down its production. It builds the center wing box for the 767 and 777.

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