Unit 3 Micro: Looming Price War in the Aircraft Duopoly Industry
Airbus is pushing Boeing for market leadership in the twin engine aircraft market. Andrew Parker reports from the Paris air show on why a price war might be in the offing -- which would be bad news for the two manufacturers, but good for airlines.This short Financial Times video considers the prospects for a price war emerging in an industry which is often used by teachers and students as a classic case of duopoly.
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