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FAA Acts After Increasing Number of Boeing 787's Problems

  • Aired: 01/11/2013
  • 05:42
  • Rating: E
The recent FAA announcement largely focuses on electrical circuit issues on Boeing's Dreamliner, spurred in part when a landed plane's battery caught fire. Margaret Warner talks to Wall Street Journal's Andy Pasztor who explains why the FAA has made the announcement of the 787 review so public and what's at stake for Boeing.
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