With Airbus throttling ahead with its deal to take over control of Bombardier’s C Series commercial aircraft, the aircraft manufacturing marketplace could be forgiven for assuming a separate issue—Boeing’s reported interest in buying Embraer—is related. The two issues may, in fact, be intertwined, especially in light of an imminent decision by U.S. trade commissioners over a Boeing complaint of price-dumping by Bombardier in a C Series sale to Delta Air Lines. But ...

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