(Robert Wall – Wall Street Journal)
Struggling Bombardier Inc.’s move to give Airbus SE control of its CSeries plane project has driven rivals to renew their pledges to pursue legal complaints against the Canadian aircraft maker.
Both Boeing Co., which already had the CSeries in its crosshairs before the involvement of its chief rival, and Brazil’s Embraer SA said this weekend they would stick with their legal challenges against Bombardier’s program. Embraer also warned Bombardier and Airbus against working on the project before the deal had won antitrust approval.
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