After Bombardier Chief Executive Officer Alain Bellemare commented in a February 12 conference call that the Canadian manufacturer is exploring “other initiatives, such as a potential participation in industry consolidation, in order to deleverage the company”, rumours are emerging that the company could sell off assets. The Learjet division and stakes in the rail business have been predicted for the chop by some analysts. Bombardier is suffering from its debt burden, which currently stands and more than twice its market share. Investors are keen for the manufacturer to sell non-core businesses to help reduce debt and strengthen its credit rating
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