Jet problems fail to stall Boeing

Jet problems fail to stall Boeing

Tōkyō : Japan | Jan 30, 2013 at 5:07 PM PST
Source: The Independent
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Suggested Topics Boeing has attempted to put on a brave front, despite the dark cloud hanging over its new 787 Dreamliner, as it posted better-than-expected earnings and told investors it did not anticipate any significant financial impact from the grounding of the jets. FULL ARTICLE AT The Independent
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