Canada’s Bombardier realized that it had a fundamental problem. The regional aircraft market, once dominated by North America and Europe, has dramatically expanded in recent years, with airlines in developing markets showing an increasing interest in regional jets and turboprops. Yet the manufacturer’s global reach had not adequately accounted for this, leading to less-than-satisfactory sales over the last couple of years. As a result, the company last year assigned new sales ...

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