Boeing exec confident sales will hold up as oil prices slump: report

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Boeing’s top sales official says demand for the company’s newest jetliners remains “very strong” despite slumping oil prices. Increasing demand from passengers is offsetting any hesitation among airlines to hold off on upgrading their fleets, Boeing senior vice president for global sales John Wojick told Reuters in an interview in Dublin, Ireland.

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