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The move would create the world's second-largest train manufacturer and a potential competitor to China's state-owned rail manufacturing behemoth. However, EU competition regulators must first give the green light.
With the sale of its rail unit, the Canadian company has gambled on its private jet business for survival. Why is Bombardier betting it all on a mode of travel that is constantly disparaged by climate change activists?
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