Question of the Week: The Uncertain Future of "Made in the U.S.A."

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Last week, we asked what "Made in America" means for airplane manufacturers; this week, we'd like to know what the future may hold for domestic airplane makers. As has been speculated for a year (at least), a company owned by the Chinese government has bought Cirrus and earlier bought Continental Motors and Epic Air.

What does that mean for airplane manufacturing in the U.S.?
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