Boeing Skips Annual Jetliner Price Hike Amid Sluggish SalesBy
Planemaker last held off on boosting charges in 2001, 2009
List prices range from $80.6 million to $400 million
Boeing Co. skipped raising airplane prices for the first time in seven years as it contends with demand cooled by economic uncertainty, cheap oil and a glut of twin-aisle aircraft.
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