Bombardier’s move to restructure its aerospace unit into three independently operated segments has ignited speculation that the company could spin off part of its aviation business, but some analysts believe that is an unlikely outcome. In a surprise move, the Canadian transportation giant announced late July 23 that the aircraft side of the company, Bombardier Aerospace, will be reorganized into a Commercial Aircraft segment, a Business Aircraft segment and a new Aerostructures and ...
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