Boeing's China Problem

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Mia DoubleZeroSeven
Mia DoubleZeroSeven - 9 hours ago
The “cheap” always becomes expensive. Thanks to the greed of corporations; America has decimated its manufacturing, transferred its wealth & handed over their blueprints...all whilst crushing the middle class.
They were outplayed. SMH
sushi777300 - 9 hours ago
The FAA failed to keep its leading role because it tried to protect Boeing and ignored the evidence
mitchell wood
mitchell wood - 10 hours ago
i got bored.. opened up porn.. jerked off... allt he while this guys blabbering in the back ground... looked at my facebook.. then realized I had this playing in the background the whole time for the past 9 minutes and completely forget about fucking boeing or china.
Stefan Adamcik
Stefan Adamcik - 11 hours ago
Look at that Whore, Macron. What a perfect prostitute he is, smiling, while he has that Chinese cock in his mouth. Making eye contact while he sucks, and all. So good.What does he charge for an hour?
The Foreigner
The Foreigner - 11 hours ago
Airbus is better anyway. Boeing is over rated and over priced.
Stewie Griffin
Stewie Griffin - 11 hours ago
wham watching whis
Aaron Moreno
Aaron Moreno - 12 hours ago
I think the lyrics are a bit dull for a hot-button Swing song, but the bass line is killer!
IETCHX69 - 13 hours ago
self 323
Erwin Rommel
Erwin Rommel - 13 hours ago
boeings biggest competitor is the 3rd camera on the iPhone 11
sailorashore - 13 hours ago
Boeings production is now out-scourced since the move to Obamas' Chicago it a different company..
Lost Poet
Lost Poet - 14 hours ago
COMAC was charged with copying the A320 and 737 without the benefit of experience with design and manufacturing regulations or the tribal knowledge of Boeing or Airbus. Historically Chinese corporations seem to expect regulations to adapt to their needs which fails to work in a world regulated market such as aviation. This will require a massive shift in thinking at COMAC and a willingness to adapt to the realities of the rest of the world. It is a significant accomplishment that they have produced a prototype C919 that has even flown but this falls decades short of Chinas stated goal to mass produce an FAA or EASA Type Certificated aircraft for the world market. Unfortunately for Chinas world stage ambitions the C919 may be be delayed long enough to be out of date. Uncertified outside of China the C919 if produced at all will exist only in small numbers. The odds are China will eventually get commercial aircraft manufacturing right but the rest of the world sees the obvious need for huge cultural and intellectual evolution. These changes may require generations to accomplish and cannot just be willed into place by government decree.
powerone1 - 14 hours ago
You can not deal with China using free market principles. You have to look at any large company as being the Chinese government. Tariffs are a very important tool to use. Never allow Chinese products to be sold in the US at a lower cost then what products manufactured in the US can be purchased at.
Rishav - 14 hours ago
why does china need planes when they have trains?
James L
James L - 14 hours ago
Brilliant vid !!
Magnus Juul
Magnus Juul - 16 hours ago
Funny how when china actually makes "their own" plane, it's just a ripoff off a european plane. They really have zero innovative capabilities what-so-ever. I don't get why western countries still keep pouring money into china, when they'll just become our greatest competitor in a 100 years or so
sophon block
sophon block - 14 hours ago
Why western countries still keep investing into China? The same reason Boeing made a crap passenger plane 737Max, because they want to earn more with spending less. However China nowadays produce better products with cheaper prices. China is becoming the new Japan, superior technology development that becomes better and better. Actually WE, the consumers benefit from this. The ones are crying are the 1% filthy rich, and I am not sorry for them,. for too long they cheated our money with overpriced products and getting it made with slave wage labor.
Ken Kir
Ken Kir - 16 hours ago
Why is China buying so many planes? Well capital chases assets, and right now China has a capitalization bubble. What will China do to those planes? Probably sell most of them at a loss in 5 years. China is fast becoming japan 1984 2.0
Jamy Chong
Jamy Chong - 18 hours ago
It's weird that clicked on this video andI enjoyed it as I have no interest in airlines or China
Cbeddoe19 - 19 hours ago
Boeing screwed the pooch big time in multiple ways with the 437 max.
Cbeddoe19 - 13 hours ago
@Noble Six lol. That was supposed to be a 7. Oops.
Noble Six
Noble Six - 13 hours ago
Well. Considering they never made it, yes
Waleed Banjar
Waleed Banjar - 19 hours ago
China are the biggest Boeing costumers and yet, your STUPID president are threatening china by cutting American services such as Android, what a stupid move
Colonel Chuck
Colonel Chuck - 20 hours ago
Airbus and Boeing are both on the government tit, but those awful, scheming Chinese!
Brennen Cox
Brennen Cox - 21 hour ago
9:28 Forced technology transfer... DUH.
Brennen Cox
Brennen Cox - 21 hour ago
In the long run, which is the game the CCP is playing, it doesnt matter. China already produces its own scooters and cars. Commercial aircraft are soon on the horizon. So it doesnt matter what Boeing or Airbus do, the CCP will replace them with domestically made aircraft as soon as it can. And just like with all its other markets, outsiders will be pushed out (largely) and domestically produced goods will be given an unfair advantage.
Edit: Oh, 7:44 this video mentions that.
Wade Higgins
Wade Higgins - 21 hour ago
They knew the plane had issues, that's why the May Crash Any Second sensor was installed.
Brennen Cox
Brennen Cox - 21 hour ago
1:08 China isn't a continent.
TheDimHall - 21 hour ago
Of course China makes rip off planes now too
GLR - 23 hours ago
The Casual Citizen
The Casual Citizen - Day ago
Good content about the China aircraft market. I will not fly on a COMAIR aircraft. There is now and never has been quality manufacturing result in a Communist political system.
wizbang68 - Day ago
:15 odd way to say half a billion passengers, but then put the number of 500,000,000 (500 million) yes they could be considered equals but for those who aren't native english speakers it's confusing to state one number and then display a different wording visually... Although equivalent they aren't the same. 1/2 billion would have been better in the graphic or verbally state 500 million. Also, Anatov was defect in 2017. But if the Comac is produced the way many of low cost items are produced in China. IE: Using substandard materials, not maintaining quality control standards, etc. If you look at a category on Amazon for a product. The low cost versions made in China will often show shorted wiring, cracked casing, etc, etc. So If Comac is to be low cost jet, Ryanair may be expecting more than they receive.
Thom Al
Thom Al - Day ago
ho hum - sometimes I wish china went back behind whatever it was they opened to open up.
P Daniel
P Daniel - Day ago
P Daniel
P Daniel - Day ago
Dan Doris
Dan Doris - Day ago
I'm curious what Boeing is doing to really fix the problem with the 737 Max. Seems they really should either go back to the original engines designed for the 737, or redesign the 737 to not need the MCAS (the device that caused the crashes). Be even more maddening then the self certification Boeing was allowed to certify their own planes, not sure what has been to address that problem.
China has big markets but it belongs to its own aircrafts
tapsulinka - Day ago
There the biggest point is the Comac. It will be the main airplane to all of those companies who are partly owned by Chinese government or financed by Chinese state owned banks and those companies which are state owned and where China has big enough influence and then those companies who are just looking the cheapest price. It does mean that Comac planes will be the main plane at all Chinese companies and well as several Asian and African companies as well as Ryanair and similar low cost companies. Those will be bigger market than the rest of the companies so after 10-15 years Comac will be the biggest airplane manufacturer, unfortunately.
mike bob
mike bob - Day ago
this chinese propoganda proudly brought to you by Winnie the Pooh
MOStein - Day ago
No one is going to buy a fucking Chinese plane, are you serious?? China probably wouldn't even buy them lets be real 😂😂😂
Jason F
Jason F - Day ago
monster FZ09
monster FZ09 - Day ago
Coming soon, Boeing: "Made in China"
Can't B you
Can't B you - Day ago
airbus planes are more comfortable anyway
The Foreigner
The Foreigner - 11 hours ago
I 2nd that.
BADGUY 1 - Day ago
I did an avionics certification at Boeing in 1980. At that time Boeing had TWO competing engineering groups to develop new products. One group was called (the best I can remember) "Product Engineering". The other was called "Staff Engineering". The job of the "Product Engineering" group was to layout the "nuts and bolts" of the product installation (hardware design...wiring diagrams, etc). The job of the "Staff Engineering" group was to test the installation to see if it met all safety considerations. Of course there were many disputes between the two groups...arguing "nuts and bolts" considerations against "safety" ones. I had heard, the "Staff Engineering" groups were downsized and/or possibly eliminated, to "speed up" certification of new systems. If that is true (but I hope it's not), Boeing's move to save a little on development and engineering costs, cost them BIG BUCKS paying reparations for their 737 Max fiasco.... a payout that might have otherwise been avoided if they spent more time (and $'s) evaluating the operation of their new pitch control system...that caused those two crashes.
BADGUY 1 - Day ago
I supported the assembly of McDonald Douglas, MD-80's, in Shanghai in the mid 1980's. So China is NOT new to western aircraft assembly and avionics. A Chinese aircraft factory, in Shenyang, also assembled vertical tail sections for Boeing aircraft in the early 1980's. Boeing helped build their own competition by allowing the Chinese to strong arm them into assisting the Chinese aircraft industry and giving up manufacturing secrets to order to get aircraft orders.
haydar abood
haydar abood - Day ago
Why speeking fast
J IJzer
J IJzer - Day ago
So also made in China garbage in the sky
Epsensieg 18
Epsensieg 18 - Day ago
Actually China produces some world class products, its the buyers who demand cheap, the customers who demand cheap so that's what they get … cheap.
J IJzer
J IJzer - Day ago
@Epsensieg 18 true but the quality got better and better but from China is is getting worse and worse
Epsensieg 18
Epsensieg 18 - Day ago
The same was said about Japan … japcrap.
Nicholas Miller
Nicholas Miller - Day ago
China will preference its own manufacturers when they reach proficiency. This is inevitable and understandable.
Boeing doesn't need to be the world's largest airplane manufacturer to be successful or sustainable. The real challenge for Boeing will be whether the United States government and U.S. airlines are smart enough to prevent China from dumping airplanes on the U.S. market to undermine Boeing.
Epsensieg 18
Epsensieg 18 - Day ago
The US does the same, there are 30 models of cars banned in the US. The Toyota Landcruiser ute being one.
Luke Reeves
Luke Reeves - Day ago
2.2m morons sub this crap. Humanity is so screwed.
Peng Fu
Peng Fu - Day ago
Sure.....Boeing is not State Owned, but it certainly has lobbyists galore in influencing the U.S. government to give them tons of favors, especially huge military contracts.
Remember our Dear Mister Patrick Shannonhan used to work for Boeing, then took on the role of our "ACTING U.S. SECRETARY OF DEFENSE?";
Remember the U.S. government gave Boeing the rights to bypass the stringent inspection and certification needed by the Federal Aviation Administration;
How about our Furer Trump suggested to Boeing to rebrand their Boeing 737 Max 8?
One more....So China is stealing our IPs and braniac works in the past, present and the foreseeable future, why do we still keep sending the empty planes for China to install the internal components? So they could learn how to build their own planes and we get to call them thief in the future?
Digressing a bit here....Why is Tesla building their first foreign factory, the Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai? Aren't we just allow these cheaters to rob more of our inventions?
One last thing....Since we hate socialism and communism sooooo much, why are we wearing and using so much Made In China junks touched by those dirty Communist hands? Look, that iPhone in our saintly democratic freedom swollen hands was assembled by the evil doers' nasty hands, human right violators, dog eaters, a country without any freedoms, Black Mirror social credit system implementors, and Urgyurs lockers.
We are so much better than China. They need us and we never need them, so let's move all the business and production lines out of that fucking evil country that pollutes the world (by making stuff for us). Humongous mistakes were made! But why the fuck are we not moving the jobs back home, but SEND THEM TO ANOTHER EVIL SNEAKY COMMUNIST COUNTRY, VIETNAM!!!???? Won't they fuck the poor little defenseless USA the same way China did?
Anyone? Anyone?
Epsensieg 18
Epsensieg 18 - Day ago
The US is protectionist. China doesn't need the US so much, only 18% of its exports go to the US and Chinese exports only amount to 18% of its GDP. !20 million working Americans will never keep up with a billion harder working Chinese, that's the reality. The US needs to reinvent itself, it likely will one day when it finishes its war agender.
tskjesusfreak - Day ago
Skillshare Skillshare and PoopShare
mnguyea - Day ago
China will buy its own made planes just as the Russians do for their smaller fleet. I just don't see them competing in this space as no one is gong to trust getting on a plane "Made in China.' They maybe good for electronics and consumer goods but I'm not trusting my life to them at 35k in the air.
Jack Tellerson
Jack Tellerson - Day ago
How can you compete with state sponsored businesses. Abandon the Chinese market.
BSPBuilder - Day ago
As if Boeing is not fed by state sponsorship........
Ross - Day ago
I think it's going to be a long time before any major Airline order's the Comac. I think they will wan't to see it in service for a few years to see how it copes first. Personally I think the best route for Chinese Airlines is to order planes like the A220, A320neo, A321neo.. as they are proven to be reliable and safe. Also the 3 major Chinese Airlines have A350's in their fleet that have had no problems what so ever so it's a no brainer.
Mark W
Mark W - Day ago
Standard Chinese practice... Force a Boeing to partner with a Chinese company to access the market... Steal the plans and make copies.
Epsensieg 18
Epsensieg 18 - Day ago
That's how the history of the world works.
Hringhorne Stularsson
I do NOT want to learn new things, everything that has worked for hundreds of years, will work for hundreds of years even in the future!!! ;)
Regan Orr
Regan Orr - Day ago
If you do business in Red China, ChiComs will STEAL your Intellectual Property! You'll Go Broke!
Regan Orr
Regan Orr - Day ago
Instead of Fixing the Nose Thrust Upward Problem, Boeing made Computer Adjustment! Genius!
Kristen Sorensen
Kristen Sorensen - Day ago
Boeing was just stupid not growing a twin jet 727 instead of the lousy cheep 737. Just my view. Funny China is building its own - NOT!
Kristen Sorensen
Kristen Sorensen - Day ago
So Boeing burned China worse than anyone how totally stupid! Oh yeah thanks FAA!
Rob Badlands
Rob Badlands - Day ago
maybe its not "big enuff" for your show, but as a WAstate born'raised i wanna know. how is a state, currently consider one of the bluest/greenest states. with the votes on legistlation and representation to evidence it. the home of the most dominant, monopolistic, human-neglecting-profit-maximizing megacorps? boeing, microsoft, amazon. in my lifetime, there have been 2 "richest people in the world". both hail from the evergreen state. which is home of evergreen college. which has the viral video of some kids going full-retard on some profs.
Glauro Priori Campello
Don't you forget EMBRAER, a Brazilian Aircraft Industry, now a partnership with Boeing, and presently with office in Beijing?
Abhay Gupta
Abhay Gupta - Day ago
Bloody Chinese all low quality product manufacturer huh
Epsensieg 18
Epsensieg 18 - Day ago
People said that about Japan once.
Ming Fang
Ming Fang - Day ago
The challenge of Boeing is quality not opportunity.
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