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Financier doubts add to Boeing's MAX headaches

Reuters Friday, 24 January 2020
Financier doubts add to Boeing's MAX headachesTo restore faith in the 737 MAX, Boeing needs to prove its flagship jet is not just airworthy but also a safe investment.
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