Cumulative problems with late and incomplete fuselages, a shortage of skilled mechanics and the late arrival of CFM engines are continuing to cause production problems for Boeing’s 737, deliveries of which are not expected to recover until the end of the year, the company said.  Production problems have been brewing all year, but came to a peak in recent weeks at Boeing’s Renton, Washington assembly site, where up to 40 unfinished 737s are now standing in open storage ...

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