Embraer, which yesterday reported a 70.5% drop in third-quarter net income to $57.7 million, revealed that it is considering building a larger aircraft potentially to compete with rival Bombardier's CSeries. CFO Antonio Luiz Pizarro Manso said during a conference call with media that the company is "studying the development of a larger plane," adding that it "could be carried out in partnership [with another manufacturer] or not." Airbus CEO Tom Enders is in Brazil meeting with airline ...

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