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Airbus likely to acquire Bombardier's remaining stake in A220 passenger jet - sources

Reuters India Friday, 7 February 2020 ()
Europe's Airbus SE is likely to acquire Bombardier Inc's remaining stake in the A220 passenger jet program, two industry sources said on Friday.
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News video: Airbus in Advanced Talks to Buy Out Bombardier's A220 Stake

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Airbus is considering buying out Bombardier's $6 billion stake in the A220 jetliner program and negotiations between the two companies are reportedly in advanced talks.

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