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Boeing sees me as its 'piggy bank', Lion Air co-founder says

Reuters India Monday, 15 April 2019
The co-founder of Indonesia's Lion Air, one of two airlines that lost passengers and crew in recent crashes involving the 737 MAX, has lashed out at Boeing's handling of the accidents as the potential business fallout from the jet's grounding intensifies.
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