Struggling with challenges in its rail transportation business, Bombardier has announced the latest step in its plan to exit the commercial aircraft market and focus its aerospace activities on business aviation. The Canadian manufacturer is to divest its aerostructures businesses in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Morocco and form an integrated Bombardier Aviation unit. This will retain aerostructures operations in Montreal, Mexico and Texas that Bombardier considers core to its ...

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