Airplane Manufacturers, Suppliers Face Financial Troubles

As several major airlines face bankruptcy, companies that build planes also struggle financially. Boeing, the world's largest maker of commercial jets, lowers its production. And Vought Aircraft Industries, supplier for Boeing, cuts jobs and closes an assembly line. Hear NPR's Jack Speer.

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