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Boeing reports 2019 loss of $636 mn, 1st year in red since 1997

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January 30, 2020

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Boeing reports 2019 loss of $636 mn, 1st year in red since 1997
Boeing reported its first annual loss in more than two decades Wednesday as the lengthy grounding of the 737 MAX dragged down revenues and added to costs. The aerospace giant reported a $1.0 billion loss in the fourth-quarter and a $636 million loss for all of 2019, the company's first annual loss since 1997.

Global airlines start suspending flights to China amidst deadly coronavirus outbreak
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Submit fresh report on compliance of plastic rules by Amazon, Flipkart: NGT to CPCB
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