.....get on the line to Bombardier opposite number....and talk....Reg
BAe/Bomb. must talk about a Combina
......Canadians require fighter jets.....BAe need a world class civil aerospace unit....EADS will let BAe wither on the vine and then pounce screwing BAe shareholders....Bombardier lost a major airline order yesterday to Brazilian rival.....BAe Bombardier must now open talks about a combination....After merger.....the new Bombardier C series 130 seat jet airliner....could be rebranded the De Haviland Comet....named after the first and most famous civil jet airliner ever made....A fantastic way to market and demonstrate the heritage of the both firms worldwide...BAe must stop being inward facing and market themselves much better around the world.....A BAe/Bombardier aerospace combination would 1/open new markets for each others strengths/products 2/R&D and manufacturing could be leveraged 3/Give each company the critical mass to challenge....American, European and Brazilian competitors....Reg
A GKN reverse takeover
.....would bring in a much needed new management broom.....Reg
Our new Chairman
.....lecturing David Cameron at the CBI today....about PM moralising on tax avoidance of big corporations....telling the PM to stop moaning and create new laws to stop all this....Its like the pint calling the kettle....Hes responsible for the British Exchequer losing almost £400m in corporation tax since Cadbury was sold to Kraft with its tax avoiding Swiss HQ....What a hypocrite....Of course he and the then Cadbury Ceo did not care.....both getting nice severance packages.....while 2000 Cadbury UK employees lost their jobs.....Reg
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