Why was Boeing slow to act on 737 Max concerns?
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The US federal aviation administration has followed China, Europe and Canada in grounding Boeing’s fleet of 737 Max aircraft following two fatal crashes, raising questions about why it took so long to for the US to act. Katie Martin discusses what we know so far with Sylvia Pfeifer and Josh Spero.
Contributors: Katie Martin, capital markets editor, Sylvia Pfeifer, acting industry editor and Josh Spero, transport correspondent. Producer: Fiona Symon