Strained U.S.-Beijing Ties Could Cripple Boeing's China Strategy

You might think that with China owning at least $1.3 trillion of the U.S.'s $12 trillion in national debt that Washington would tread carefully when making moves that annoy Beijing. That's hardly the case. Cases in point: The U.S. is selling $6.4 billion in military equipment to Taiwan, and President Obama is planning a meeting with the Dalai Lama.