In this video, Isaac Pino highlights a strong business segment of General Electric -- namely, its aviation division. Many foreign countries, including emerging markets, have been growing their airlines, and GE jet engines are a popular choice. Aviation makes up 13% of GE's revenues and has a strong backlog, which not only bodes well for GE aviation but also may signal general economic growth in these foreign countries. Isaac says GE's aviation products may be a stepping stone for the company's other divisions to take advantage of these other growth opportunities.
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