Boeing to pay US$200M to settle civil charges it misled investors about 737 MAX

Boeing will pay US$200 million to settle civil charges from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that it misled investors about its 737 MAX, which was grounded for 20 months after two fatal crashes killed 346 people, the agency said Thursday.

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