BOMBARDIER executives last week were cautiously optimistic that market conditions were improving. “While not a stellar [first fiscal] quarter, there are some encouraging signs,” Bombardier President and CEO Pierrre Beaudoin told analysts last week. “Used business jet inventory is starting to stabilize, and credit is more available to customers.” Beaudoin added that cancellations have slowed and interest has seemed to pick up, particularly in the past six or seven weeks. “Not that it is ...
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