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Selling its assets may be Bombardier's best option

Analysts and investors predict that it could hive off its Learjet division for as much as US$750 million, or sell a minority stake in its rail business

Testing continues on the CSeries, Bombardier's biggest jet that is intended to challenge Airbus and Boeing's single-aisle models.

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A BREAKUP may be Bombardier Inc's best option for its shares to gain lift-off, say analysts.

Shares of the US$3.5 billion maker of planes and high-speed trains have slumped almost 40 per cent in a year, while rivals such as Boeing Co and Airbus Group NV rallied. Delays and