What Does Rolls’ Decision Mean For Remaining Boeing NMA Contestants?

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All-new civil airliner projects are generally once-in-a-decade events and, as the saying goes, as rare as hen’s teeth. So why would Rolls, which last won a coveted spot on an all-new Boeing commercial jet 15 years ago, voluntarily pull out of the contest to power the aircraft maker’s new midmarket...

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