China full speed; Canada stalled

The executives of Canada's Montreal-based maker of trains and planes, Bombardier Inc., were popping the corks on their SAQ-purchased wine bottles Monday.

Published: Wednesday, 09/30/2009 12:00 am EDT

The executives of Canada's Montreal-based maker of trains and planes, Bombardier Inc., were popping the corks on their SAQ-purchased wine bottles Monday. They have earned the pleasure. They put together a deal that has the mark of "new sustainable economy" all over it. Wall Street is saying that investors should buy their shares, a marked change in investor attitude. And the good news all comes from a new contract from China.

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