Bombardier selected Montreal as the final assembly site for its planned CSeries of aircraft. Company officials said the Greater Montreal area was chosen because of its "competitive partnership offers," an environment for manufacturing and a recently signed agreement with Bombardier employees in Quebec Province. The company's Belfast plant in Northern Ireland was picked to develop wings, engine nacelles and composite empennage structures. Officials with the governments of the UK, Canada ...

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