US grounds 737 MAX, creating a crisis for Boeing - More signs China's economy is slowing down - Japan has the world's fastest aging population
All of Boeing's best-selling planes have now been grounded since the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight. Earlier, President Donald Trump announced an emergency order to ban the airliners in US airspace.
The US Federal Aviation Administration has ordered Boeing to make changes to its 737 Max 8. However, it said the new airliner was still safe to fly in the United States.
The European Aviation Safety Agency has banned Boeing 737 MAX 8 flights in its airspace following last Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines tragedy. It came after Germany, France, and Britain announced national prohibitions.
A plane crash in Ethiopia has prompted airlines in China, Indonesia, Ethiopia and the Caymans to ground Boeing's 737 MAX 8 passenger jets. The same model was involved in another deadly crash less than six months ago.
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