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US airlines face trouble meeting demand in the crucial summer travel season as their fleets of Boeing 737 Max jets stay grounded. And Washington is reportedly backing down from a key demand as it closes in on a trade deal with Beijing, and Brexit uncertainty hits the EU Parliament gift shop.

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