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Canadian firm could dodge 300 percent tariff by building jets in Alabama
Canadian jet-maker Bombardier announced Monday that it is selling a controlling stake in its 100- to 150-seat C-series jetliner to European manufacturer Airbus, just weeks after the Commerce Department moved to impose 300 percent tariffs on the plane.
Airbus and Bombardier to partner in aircraft programme  
Airbus to take majority stake in Bombardier's C-Series jet business  
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Aircrafts have been forced to turn around midway into flights, many being met by firefighters on arrival at terminals, due to the smoke smells in cockpits.
Asking prices increased by �3,432 on average in October compared with the previous month, new figures suggest. According to the latest index from property site Rightmove, the hike is the largest shift seen at this time of year since the 1.4 per cent ...
The withdrawal of the old �1 coin was mired in chaos on Monday after it emerged that thousands of parking ticket machines and shops have yet to fall into line with the new rules.
London would lose both jobs and revenue to other financial centres if the government remains fails to achieve a transition deal in time.
A new fleet of trains costing �5.7bn have entered public service for the first time - but the launch did not go too swimmingly. Commuters were left frustrated after the Bristol to London train was held up for 41 minutes this morning, and to make ...

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