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Lightening the load

8 Jan 2021 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

The 737 MAX maker is paying $2.5 bln to settle U.S. criminal charges tied to crashes, with over 70% going to airline customers. Other companies have been hit with steeper fines and heavier oversight for lesser offenses. The penalty looks light, but Boeing only can afford so much.

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