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Airbus CEO Faury sees ‘Lots of Orders’ at Paris air show

By Bloomberg
23 June 2019   |   12:29 pm
Guillaume Faury, Airbus SE chief executive officer, discusses the launch of the A321XLR aircraft, production in China, and consolidation in the aerospace industry.

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