Early this year, some analysts were still predicting that Boeing Co. and Airbus would be forced to cut their production rates. With orders down sharply in 2009 and the airline industry awash in jets, it was only a matter of time, they said. It now appears those analysts were dead wrong. Boeing last week provided fresh evidence to silence the skeptics, disclosing that it will decide by June 30 whether to increase output of its best-selling aircraft, the 737, from the current rate of 31.5 ...

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