Fokker is desperately seeking new partners in hopes of saving the company from bankruptcy and extinction. The struggling Dutch manufacturer is the victim of excess production capacity in the crowded regional aircraft business, lethal competition in the weak market, Northern Europe's high labor costs and European currencies' unfavorable exchange rates against the U.S. dollar. But Fokker Chairman/CEO Ben van Schaik acknowledged immediately that finding suitable partners is expected to ...

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