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Boeing says it will not deliver any aircraft to Iran

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07/06/2018 | 261 words
Boeing will not deliver aircraft to Iran in light of US sanctions, effectively aborting a pair of large contracts with Iranian carriers, a Boeing spokesman said Wednesday."We have not delivered any aircraft to Iran, and given we no longer have a license to sell to Iran at this time, we will not be delivering any aircraft," the Boeing spokesman said. "We did not factor the Iran orders into our order backlog either."The announcement follows President Donald Trump's decision last month to pull the United States out of the landmark (...)
 
 
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