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ANALYSIS: Bombardier's woes eased as CSeries production takes shape

In the past year, Bombardier has replaced its chief executive, axed an entire organisational tier and hundreds of jobs, shelved a business jet programme – the Learjet 85 – and sold its military training unit. In addition, the aerospace and rail transportation group has faced speculation it will have to offload larger parts of the business and even join up with a major investor to stave off a cash crisis caused by the cost of developing both the delayed CSeries and two Global business jets.

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