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Boeing's poison is Beijing's meat

WorldNews Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
Boeing's poison is Beijing's meatCountries across the world have blacklisted all Boeing 737 Max aircraft and banned the planes from their airspace following the fatal crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight this week. The groundings appear to have had the biggest impact on the US-based aerospace giant rather than the affected airlines, as shares of Boeing fell more than 10 percent for a second straight trading day before edging upwards on Wednesday night. Questions on whether the 737 Max is safe and whether there is a link between two deadly crashes involving the same model plane in less than six months remain and need to be carefully studied by aviation experts. But objectively...
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