WASHINGTON—A new agreement between aircraft-maker Boeing and aerostructures provider Spirit AeroSystems due to ongoing 737 MAX troubles should ward off the worst effects of the narrowbody’s production slowdown for the Wichita supplier. But it still does not cast much light on returning to growth. Boeing and its leading subcontractor Spirit signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) Apr. 12, Spirit said in a regulatory filing late Apr. 18. Among other elements, it establishes that ...

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