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Strong Regional Growth in Demand for Graduate Management Education

Asia-Pacific, Canada and Europe Regions See Gains; Strong Economy and Political Turmoil Continue to Impact U.S. Numbers

RESTON, Va., Oct. 01, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Overall, demand for graduate management education is stable in 2018 compared with 2017 according to findings of the annual Application Trends Survey from the Graduate Management Admission Council. Applications to business school programs in the Asia-Pacific, European, and Canadian markets are up over 2017 while programs in the United States report a drop in volume. 577b04a2-ef19-4c7b-8ceb-f5e46f11b012

Across graduate business school program types—including MBA, business master’s, and PhD programs—most programs in Asia-Pacific, Canada and Europe received more applications than last year. Growth in the Canadian and European regions derive largely from increases in international applications, while domestic growth is fueling increases in Asia-Pacific.

Regionally, strong growth in application volume across all program types was offset by declines in the United States. Programs in Asia-Pacific had an 8.9% increase, Canada realized 7.7% growth, and Europe had a 3.2% increase in application demand across all program types.

The United States experienced a nearly 7% decline, including a 1.8% decline in domestic application volume and a 10.5% drop in international volume across all program types.

“Demand for graduate management education is stable year over year,” said Sangeet Chowfla, GMAC president and CEO. “However, there are significant regional variations. Non-U.S. programs continue to thrive, highlighting the continued emergence of enhanced educational and professional opportunities outside the United States.”

“Several factors can help explain the lag in U.S. business school demand,” Chowfla continued. “A low unemployment rate means young professionals have an increased opportunity cost of leaving their jobs in pursuit of an advanced degree. Combined with a disruptive American political environment and the emergence over the past decade of tremendous educational and professional opportunities abroad, one can begin to understand in part why demand in the United States has dropped from previously record-high application volumes at some schools.”

Student Mobility Remains a Key Determinant

The ability to attract top international talent continues to be a critical determinant to programs’ overall application volumes. This year, 65 percent of Canadian programs and 63 percent of European programs report an increase in international applications over 2017. The majority of applications received by Canadian and European programs this year are from international applicants.

Most programs in the United States report declining demand as non-U.S. students continue to identify attractive educational and professional opportunities elsewhere. Application volumes from domestic candidates are also soft this year for U.S. programs, with only 4 in 10 reporting growth in domestic application volume.

“Access is a critical issue facing higher education,” said Bill Boulding, dean of Duke University’s Fuqua School and chairperson of the GMAC board of directors. “Economic indicators in the U.S. are strong, but if we are to maintain such growth and productivity we need to make it possible for people from all different regions and backgrounds to study and work in the location they desire. If that doesn’t happen, we limit not only the possibility of an individual, but also continued economic prosperity in the U.S. and growth around the world.”

MBA and Business Master’s Programs

Full-time, two-year MBA programs are still the most in-demand program type. Overall, MBA and business master’s programs report a similar volume of applications in 2018 compared with last year.

The majority of European Master in Management and Master of Finance programs report growth in demand. A bright spot for U.S. programs are Master of Data Analytics programs, most of which report application volume growth this year. Counter to the overall trend, more US Master of Data Analytics programs report international application growth than domestic application growth in 2018.

Additional Key Findings

  • GMAC conducted its 19th annual Application Trends Survey from early June to mid-July 2018.
  • The survey findings are based on responses from 1,087 graduate business programs at 363 universities worldwide.
  • Participating programs are located in 44 countries, including 43 states and the District of Columbia.
  • Participating programs, which include MBA, business master’s, and doctoral-level programs, received a combined total of 466,112 applications during the 2018 application cycle.
  • Nine in 10 participating programs report that the applicants this year are similarly or more academically qualified than candidates last year.

About GMAC
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is a non-profit association of leading graduate business schools worldwide. Founded in 1953, we are committed to creating solutions for business schools and candidates to better discover, evaluate and connect with each other. We work on behalf of the schools and the graduate management education community, as well as guide candidates on their journey to higher education, to ensure that no talent goes undiscovered.

GMAC provides world-class research, professional development opportunities and assessments for the industry, designed to advance the art and science of admissions. Owned and administered by GMAC, the Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT®) is the most widely used graduate business school assessment, recognized by more than 7,000 programs worldwide. Other GMAC assessments include the NMAT by GMAC™ (NMAT®) exam, for entrance into graduate management programs in India, South Africa, and the Philippines, and the Executive Assessment (EA), specifically designed for Executive programs around the world.

Our flagship portal for graduate management education resources and information,, receives 14 million visits a year and features the School Search matching tool and Graduate Management Admission Search Service® (GMASS®) database, matching candidates and business schools.

GMAC is a global organization with offices in Hong Kong, China, Gurugram, India, Singapore, London, United Kingdom and the United States. To learn more about our work, please visit

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SANY signs its Kenyan dealer for a broader market

CHANGSHA, China, Sept. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Recently, SANY signed concrete machinery and dump trucks dealership agreement with Rhombus, the powerful ready-mix and bulk cement supplier in Kenya. Rhombus is expected to sell 650 dump trucks and 200 concrete machines in Kenya in the coming three years, which will make SANY’s concrete machinery rank No.1 and dump trucks list No.2 in the local market.

The international dealer agreement signing ceremony

Why does Rhombus want to become a dealer of SANY?

“SANY is the world’s No.1 concrete machinery manufacturer and top 5 construction machinery manufacturer. We can foresee a bright future to cooperate with such outstanding corporation,” Mr. Evanson, the company’s CEO answered. He said, “SANY construction machinery is famous in Kenya, for example, SANY concrete machinery engaged in Mombasa-Nairobi standard gauge railway construction and the construction of many landmark buildings in Nairobi; SANY port machinery, especially the 45ton reachstackers are famous in ICD and KPA.”

Recently, SANY excavators got well-known as the green manba in Kenya. In a building demolition project, SANY excavator withstood the collapse of the building with the cab’s glass broken only. The operator fortunately survived from the collapse because of the well protection from the reinforced structure of the excavator. “SANY has extreme pursuit to its products’ quality, which not only improves products’ performance but also safeguard operators’ safety. I want to be SANY’s dealer and make SANY different in Kenya,” Mr. Evanson added.

Make SANY the No.1 brand in Kenya

Mr.Evanson has the ambition to make SANY the No.1 construction machinery brand in Kenya. To achieve the prospect, Rhombus shall absorb SANY’s advanced IROOTECH system and open hotline to update service quality; build workshop and exhibition hall according to SANY’s standard; meanwhile, take over SANY’s parts warehouse in Kenya and make plan to set up reliable parts store for existing and new clients.

On top of those efforts, SANY will also provide professional assistance to Rhombus in marketing system construction, service policy making and parts warehouse planning. IROOTECH, a high-tech enterprise incubated by SANY Group, signed its first cooperative agreement in Africa. It will collect operation data through Internet of things technology, updating the real-time data of machinery working situation, reducing the operation and maintenance costs, optimizing the parts management and turnover efficiency for the dealers and end users.

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Un chirurgien dermatologique de Los Angeles résout le problème de ...

Le Dr Sanusi Umar annonce la sortie de Dr.UPunch Curl 2.0

LOS ANGELES, 28 septembre 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Le Dr Sanusi Umar, chirurgien dermatologique de Los Angeles, a annoncé le lancement de deux nouveaux outils de greffe de cheveux distincts afin de résoudre un problème qui restait épineux pour les personnes nécessitant une transplantation capillaire. Tous les aspects de la chirurgie se sont orientés vers des interventions mini-invasives, car un plus grand nombre de patients préfèrent la discrétion. Dans le cadre de la greffe de cheveux, la procédure mini-invasive est appelée « extraction d’unités folliculaires » (FUE selon l’anglais). Elle diffère des techniques précédentes qui laissent une cicatrice linéaire. Lorsqu’elle est correctement effectuée, la FUE laisse de toutes petites plaies éparses qui cicatrisent en points moins visibles, ce qui permet des coupes de cheveux plus courtes. Cela n’est généralement pas possible avec l’ancienne procédure, qui laisse une cicatrice linéaire bien visible.

The Intelligent Punch, when mounted on the graft-hydrating and punch-lubricating Dr.UGraft Nurture hand piece, intuitively navigates the angles of curves and bends in all afro textured FUE.

Bien que la majorité de la population mondiale ait pu profiter de cette intervention, les patients d’ascendance africaine – en particulier les hommes qui préfèrent des coupes de cheveux plus courtes – n’ont pas bénéficié de cette opportunité de la même manière. Cela est dû aux caractéristiques de la peau et des cheveux qui rendent les outils actuels de la FUE inefficaces pour la plupart de ce groupe démographique. Certains praticiens, qui ont de l’expérience en extraction d’unités folliculaires sur des cheveux de texture africaine et utilisent des outils conventionnels, acquièrent souvent des méthodes spécialisées qui impliquent l’utilisation de plus gros poinçons, la découverte des angles de flexion et de courbure des cheveux, ainsi qu’une négociation manuelle des courbes, tout en acceptant un taux de déperdition de la greffe relativement supérieur.

Le Dr Sanusi Umar a annoncé deux nouvelles inventions distinctes (en instance de brevet), l’une ou l’autre offrant une solution complète au problème des FUE destinées aux cheveux à texture africaine. Le prestataire dispose désormais d’un choix plus large là où il n’y avait pas d’options et fait face à des demandes moins techniques. L’une des interventions utilise un outil rotatif spécialisé, le poinçon intelligent (en instance de brevet), monté sur un système breveté d’hydratation par greffe et de lubrification par poinçon (pièce à main nommée « Dr.UGraft™ Nurture »). Selon le Dr Umar, « le système est intuitif et doté de réglages optimisés, de sorte que l’intervenant n’a pas besoin d’un doctorat en informatique pour les assembler ». Utilisé avec la pièce à main Dr.UGraft Nurture, le poinçon intelligent permet de négocier intuitivement les angles de greffe, ce qui donne lieu à une extraction sûre des greffons dans toutes les FUE pratiquées sur des cheveux à texture africaine.

Le Dr Umar a ensuite annoncé le lancement d’une autre nouvelle invention – Dr.UPunch Curl 2.0 (brevet en instance) – un outil non rotatif et non conventionnel. Il s’agit d’une version améliorée d’une invention précédente – Dr.UPunch 1.0 (brevet européen 2939617B1). Selon le Dr Umar, la nouvelle version est plus conviviale. Les poinçons sont plus petits, plus aiguisés et plus rapides, d’où la sortie anticipée du produit auprès d’autres fournisseurs d’outils de FUE. Ce système requiert moins d’habileté, car il n’est pas utile de deviner les angles de courbure et de flexion des cheveux. « Un effort minimal est nécessaire et l’intervention est très facile à apprendre », déclare le Dr Umar (alias Dr U). Une vidéo de démonstration publiée par le Dr U révèle comment fonctionnent ces technologies indépendantes.

Le Dr U a ajouté : « Je me suis lancé dans la restauration capillaire pour trouver une solution à ma propre perte de cheveux et je n’ai rencontré que des limites. Je me suis alors fixé comme mission de remédier à cela. J’ai commencé à développer des outils qui bénéficiaient à tous les types de cheveux, sauf au mien. J’espère que ces nouveaux outils pourront contribuer à des traitements plus universels contre la chute des cheveux. Tout praticien de l’extraction d’unités folliculaires ayant des compétences moyennes peut utiliser ces appareils et produire un aussi bon résultat que possible pour d’autres groupes ethniques ».

Les deux outils sont déjà commercialisés sur le site web du Dr.UGraft. Ils seront également disponibles pour la première fois au Los Angeles Hair Transplant Hands-On Cadaver Course les 6 et 7 octobre prochain, et au congrès annuel de l’ISHRS qui aura lieu à Hollywood, en Californie, du 10 au 14 octobre, sur le stand 61.

Le Dr Sanusi Umar est un chirurgien dermatologique mondialement reconnu et installé à Los Angeles. Il est le fondateur de Dr. U Hair and Skin Clinic, Dr. U Devices et FineTouch Laboratories. Il est également membre du corps professoral de la David Geffen School of Medicine de l’UCLA et directeur du département de dermatologie cosmétique de Harbor-UCLA.

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Anahit Moumjian
Dr. U Devices Inc.

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Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon Solves African Hair Transplantation ...

Dr. Sanusi Umar Announces The Release Of Dr.UPunch Curl 2.0

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Sanusi Umar, a Los Angeles dermatologic surgeon, has announced the release of two new, separate hair transplant tools to solve a matter that has vexed the hair transplant community. All aspects of surgery have trended towards minimally invasive procedures as more patients prefer discretion. In hair transplantation, the minimally invasive procedure is called Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). It differs from previous techniques that result in a linear scar. When performed properly, FUE leaves tiny scattered wounds that heal into less visible dot scars, enabling shorter hair cuts. This is not typically possible with the older procedure, which leaves a noticeable line-shaped scar.

While a majority of the world population has enjoyed this procedure, patients of African descent– particularly males who prefer shorter haircuts– have not benefited uniformly from this boon. This is because of skin and hair characteristics that render current FUE tools ineffective for most of this demographic. Some practitioners with experience in Afro textured hair FUE using conventional tools often acquire specialized methods that involve using larger punches, guessing hair bending and curve angles, and manual curve navigation while accepting a relatively higher graft attrition rate.

Dr. Sanusi Umar announced two new, separate inventions (patent-pending), either of which offer a comprehensive solution to the Afro textured FUE problem. The provider now has a wider menu where no options existed, and faces less technical demands. One procedure uses a specialized rotary tool– The Intelligent Punch (patent-pending), mounted on a patented graft-hydrating and punch-lubricating system (Dr.UGraft™ Nurture handpiece). According to Dr. Umar, “The system is intuitive and comes with optimized settings, so the operator needs no PH.D in computer science to dial them in.” Used with the Dr.UGraft Nurture handpiece, the Intelligent Punch intuitively navigates graft angles, enabling safe extraction of grafts in all Afro textured hair FUE.

Dr. Umar then announced the launch of yet another new invention– Dr.UPunch Curl 2.0 (Patent pending)– an unconventional non-rotary tool. This is an enhanced version of a previous invention – Dr.UPunch 1.0 ( European Patent 2939617B1). According to Dr. Umar, the new version is more user friendly. The punches are smaller, sharper and faster, hence its early release to other FUE providers. Less skill is required as guessing hair curving and bending angles is irrelevant. “Minimal effort is needed, and it is very easy to learn,” says Dr. Umar (aka Dr. U). An instructional video released by Dr. U reveals how both of these independent technologies work.

Dr. U continued, “I went into the field of hair restoration to find a solution for my own hair loss and found only limitations. It became my life’s mission to fix this. I started developing tools which benefited all hair types — except mine. My hope is that these new tools can contribute to more universal hair loss treatments. Any FUE practitioner with average skill can operate these devices and provide as good a result as they can for other racial groups.”

Both tools are ready for purchase on the Dr.UGraft website. They are also available for the first time at the Los Angeles Hair Transplant Hands-On Cadaver Course this Oct. 6-7, and at the ISHRS annual congress in Hollywood, CA on Oct. 10-14 at Booth # 61.

Dr. Sanusi Umar is a globally recognized dermatologic surgeon in Los Angeles. He is the founder of Dr. U Hair and Skin Clinic, Dr. U Devices and FineTouch Laboratories. He is also on faculty at the David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA, and the Director of Cosmetic Dermatology at the Harbor-UCLA Dermatology Department.

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Anahit Moumjian
Dr. U Devices Inc.

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Diamond Empowerment Fund Awards $130,000 to Botswana Top Achievers ...

Holds High Level Reception with President of Botswana

NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Diamond Empowerment Fund (D.E.F) donated $130,000 to the Botswana Top Achiever Program, during a dinner reception with His Excellency President Mokgweetsi E.K. Masisi of Botswana. The presentation was made on the eve of the opening of the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly.

The Top Achiever program recognizes students across Botswana and provides them with the ability to study in premier universities around the world. Students then come back to Botswana and contribute towards its economic diversification. D.E.F. has contributed to the Botswana Top Achievers program since 2011.

In his remarks thanking the D.E.F., President Masisi recognized that through D.E.F.’s Diamonds Do Good initiative, the Botswana diamond story is reflected in a hugely positive way, emphasizing how ethically sourced diamonds have made and continue to make enormous contributions to Botswana’s economy, an example of good governance and industry best practices.

“Everyone from Botswana attending this reception tonight in some way benefits from diamonds. We thank the Diamond Empowerment Fund for investing in the future of our next generation of leaders,” President Masisi said. Added D.E.F President, Anna Martin, “We are thrilled that through our supporters in the diamond industry, we are able to give back to Botswana which is one of the top producers of diamonds in the world. Diamonds truly do good.”

Zoomlion rejoint le projet routier de la KES au Kenya, faisant ainsi ...

CHANGSHA, Chine, 25 septembre 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (Zoomlion), premier fabricant de machines de construction en Chine, a livré une commande d’excavatrices ZE360E et ZE230E au projet de rénovation routière de la Kitale-Endebess-Suam (KES) au Kenya, ce qui représente la toute dernière étape majeure de la société dans le cadre de son expérience de dix ans sur le marché africain.

Basées dans le district de Trans Nzoia, les excavatrices de Zoomlion seront utilisées pour moderniser et reconstruire un segment de 45 kilomètres de long de la route goudronnée de KES, pendant une durée estimée à 912 jours.

« C’est un honneur de rejoindre le projet de rénovation routière de la KES », a déclaré Fu Hongsheng, directeur général assistant de Zoomlion Overseas Company. « L’engagement de Zoomlion en faveur de la qualité ainsi que sa compréhension du marché africain nous permettent de gagner la confiance des clients sur le continent, et nous sommes persuadés que nos excavatrices excelleront dans les tâches de construction à venir.

« L’initiative chinoise de la Nouvelle route de la soie nous confère de nouvelles opportunités pour nous développer sur le marché africain. Nous avons bâti un réseau opérationnel complet en Afrique, qui valorise un solide soutien en termes de pièces détachées et de service, ainsi qu’en termes de formation des techniciens et des talents. Les équipements de Zoomlion sont désormais activement en service dans le cadre de multiples projets d’infrastructures en Afrique, ce qui fait de notre marque un symbole de l’amitié sino-africaine », a déclaré Fu.

Depuis leur entrée sur le marché en 2007, les équipements rigoureusement testés de Zoomlion ont participé à plus d’une douzaine de projets de construction en Afrique, notamment l’autoroute Est-Ouest en Algérie, la centrale électrique de Kusile en Afrique du Sud, le projet central ferroviaire en Tanzanie, ainsi que les tours Hass au Kenya.

En 2014, l’installation de mélange de béton de Zoomlion a desservi le projet ferroviaire à écartement normal Mombasa-Nairobi au Kenya, qui constitue la première voie ferrée du pays depuis son indépendance. Les équipements hautement efficients et fiables de Zoomlion, ainsi que le travail dévoué de l’équipe professionnelle de service, ont été salués par le ministre des Transports, des infrastructures, du logement et du développement urbain.

Zoomlion commercialise désormais des machines d’ingénierie, de terrassement, de béton et de construction dans 15 pays en Afrique, parmi lesquels l’Algérie, la Tanzanie, le Kenya, le Nigeria, l’Éthiopie et la Namibie.

À propos de Zoomlion

Fondée en 1992, Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (Zoomlion) est une société de fabrication d’équipements haut de gamme, qui propose des machines d’ingénierie, des machines agricoles ainsi que des services financiers. La société commercialise désormais près de 800 produits de pointe issus de 49 gammes de produits couvrant neuf catégories majeures. Zoomlion est la première société de machines de construction en Chine à être cotée à la fois à la Bourse de Shenzhen et à la Bourse de Hong Kong.

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Zoomlion Joins Kenya’s KES Road Project, Further Advancing ...

CHANGSHA, China, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (Zoomlion), China’s top construction machinery manufacturer, has delivered an order of ZE360E and ZE230E excavators to Kenya’s Kitale- Endebess-Suam (KES) road renovation project, the company’s latest milestone in its decade-long history in the African market.

Located in Trans Nzoia County and expected to take 912 days, Zoomlion’s excavators will be used to upgrade and rebuild a 45-kilometer-long (27.96 miles) segment of the KES’s asphalt road.

“It’s an honor to join the KES road renovation project,” said Fu Hongsheng, General Manager Assistant of Zoomlion Overseas Company. “Zoomlion’s dedication to quality and understanding of the African market has enabled us to win the trust of clients across the continent and we are confident that our excavators will excel in the construction tasks ahead.

“China’s Belt and Road Initiative has given us new opportunities to expand in the African market. We have built a comprehensive operations network in Africa that emphasizes strong spare parts and service support as well as technician and talent training. Zoomlion’s equipment is now in active service in multiple infrastructure projects in Africa, making our brand a symbol of Sino-Africa friendship,” said Fu.

Since entering the market in 2007 Zoomlion’s thoroughly-tested equipment has participated in over a dozen construction projects across Africa, including the East-West Highway in Algeria, Kusile Power Station in South Africa, Central Railway project in Tanzania and the Hass Towers in Kenya.

In 2014, Zoomlion’s concrete mixing plant serviced Kenya’s Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway project, the country’s first railway since independence. Zoomlion’s highly efficient and reliable equipment as well as the professional service team’s dedicated work were praised by the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development.

Zoomlion now sells engineering, earthmoving, concrete and construction machinery products to 15 countries in Africa, including Algeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopia, and Namibia.

About Zoomlion

Founded in 1992, Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (Zoomlion) is a high-end equipment manufacturing enterprise that integrates engineering machinery, agricultural machinery and financial services. The company now sells nearly 800 cutting-edge products from 49 product lines covering nine major categories. Zoomlion is China’s first construction machinery company to be listed on both the Shenzhen and Hong Kong stock exchanges.

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Bombardier CRJ Series Certified for Higher Maintenance Intervals

MONTREAL, Sept. 24, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) has granted approval for the maintenance intervals escalation of the CRJ700, CRJ900 and CRJ1000 aircraft. The line maintenance interval (A-check) is extended to 800 flight hours, and the heavy maintenance interval (C-check) at 8,000 flight hours.

“With the longest maintenance intervals on the regional jet market, the CRJ aircraft family continues to deliver more value to operators, along with its excellent reliability and its proven outstanding operational capability”, said Charles Comtois, Head of CRJ Series Program, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “We are thrilled that our operators are benefitting from our continuous improvement mindset as with this evolution, the CRJ Series operators can now take advantage of 14 per cent less maintenance days, meaning more days of revenue flying.”

The maintenance intervals have doubled since the launch of the CRJ aircraft family. The new maintenance intervals are applicable for new production deliveries as well as all CRJ700, CRJ900, and CRJ1000 aircraft in service.

About Bombardier
With over 69,500 employees across four business segments, Bombardier is a global leader in the transportation industry, creating innovative and game-changing planes and trains. Our products and services provide world-class transportation experiences that set new standards in passenger comfort, energy efficiency, reliability and safety.

Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, Bombardier has production and engineering sites in 28 countries across the segments of Transportation, Business Aircraft, Commercial Aircraft and Aerostructures and Engineering Services. Bombardier shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BBD). In the fiscal year ended December 31, 2017, Bombardier posted revenues of $16.2 billion. News and information are available at or follow us on Twitter @Bombardier.

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