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Boeing reports first annual loss since 1997

By France24
02 February 2020   |   7:43 am
Boeing posted its first annual loss since 1997, with a per-share loss of $2.33 in the last three months of 2019. Revenue plunged 37% to $17.9 billion in the final quarter. The company is restricting production of its 787 craft.

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