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Boeing hit with $200 million penalty for misleading investors over 737 MAX safety

By France24
24 September 2022   |   1:29 pm
US securities officials fined Boeing $200 million over the aviation giant's misleading assurances about the safety of the 737 MAX airplane following two deadly crashes, regulators announced Thursday.

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