Boeing and Embraer signed an agreement Monday to work cooperatively on aircraft safety, operational efficiency and manufacturing productivity. The broad agreement was signed in Washington, D.C. by Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and CEO Jim Albaugh and  Embraer president and CEO Frederico Curado after a meeting with the US and Brazilian presidents at the White House. On the same day, Brazil and the US signed an aviation partnership memorandum of understanding (MOU) to expand ...

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