Boeing reportedly nears decision on cutting or halting 737 Max production

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The aerospace giant increasingly views a pause in production as the most viable option, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Boeing’s board is meeting in Chicago on Sunday and a decision could come as soon as Monday.

FAA chief Steve Dickson told CNBC on Wednesday that the regulator likely wouldn’t clear the 737 Max’s return until some time in 2020, shooting down any hope by Boeing to get the plane back in service by the end of this year.


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