It’s only been two days since it was sanctioned by China! It is reported that Boeing\’s delivery time to China has been delayed due to \”this incident\”

Boeing\’s (BA-US) aircraft deliveries to China have been delayed in recent weeks due to Chinese regulators\’ review of cockpit voice recorder (CVR) batteries, Reuters reported on Wednesday (22nd), citing people familiar with the matter.

\”Reuters\” reported on Wednesday (22nd), citing people familiar with the matter, that Boeing (BA-US) aircraft deliveries to China have been delayed in recent weeks due to Chinese regulatory agencies\’ review of cockpit voice recorder (CVR) batteries.
The U.S. planemaker issued a statement saying Boeing was coordinating delivery times with its Chinese customers and confirmed that the Civil Aviation Administration of China was conducting a review of CVR batteries.
The recorder has been certified by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to store at least 25 hours of data, an increase over the past, and has been accepted by European regulators.
Boeing currently has about 140 737 MAX 8 aircraft in inventory, including 85 for Chinese customers, according to a filing late last year.
Boeing has delivered 22 aircraft to China so far this year.
In January this year, China said it had allowed Boeing to resume deliveries of the 737 MAX 8 to Chinese customers in December last year, ending an import ban that had been in place since 2019.
China was one of the first countries in the world to ban the 737 Max aircraft after serious air crashes in 2018 and 2019 that killed nearly 350 people.
Boeing Chief Financial Officer Brian West told investors last month that the company still expects to deliver most of its inventory of planes by the end of the year.
However, reports indicate that trade tensions between China and the United States may intensify Beijing\’s new scrutiny of Boeing, especially since the United States imposed tariffs on $18 billion of Chinese exports to the United States in early May.
In addition, China has also banned some U.S. companies from engaging in China-related import and export activities, including shipping weapons to Taiwan, and prohibited some companies from making new investments in China.
China\’s Ministry of Commerce announced sanctions on Monday (20th) on the grounds of arms sales to Taiwan. U.S. companies including Boeing Defense, Space and Security Group, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, and General Dynamics Land Systems were blacklisted and took action against the three companies. Restrictive measures include prohibiting China-related import and export activities, new investments in China, entry of senior management, and disapproval and cancellation of work permits, stay or residence qualifications for senior employees of relevant companies in China.
Boeing Defense Space and Security Group was also fined twice the amount of the arms sales contract with Taiwan since the implementation of China\’s \”Unreliable Entity List Regulations\” and must pay the fine within 15 days. If it fails to comply within the time limit, additional fines and other measures will be taken in accordance with the law. .
In February last year, China also blacklisted Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, which were involved in arms sales to Taiwan.

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