​GE Aviation plans hiring freeze and preps for up to $300m Q1 virus hit

Leap 1-B engine on 737 Max 8

GE Aviation will implement a hiring freeze and reduce 2020 spending in response to a new 737 Max agreement with Boeing, while contending with an expected $200-$300 million first-quarter hit from the coronavirus outbreak.

 

 

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