Bombardier Aerospace reported third-quarter earnings before taxes and interest of $28 million, a 41.6% drop from the $48 million posted last year. Revenues increased 12.5% to $1.8 billion, boosted in large measure by a 71% rise in deliveries of business jets and CRJ705s. However, the profits were not enough to lift the overall results for the Canadian transportation manufacturer, which reported a $9 million loss for the three months to Oct. 31. EBITDA at Bombardier Aerospace amounted to ...

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