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The aviation firm Boeing says it is trying to restore faith in the industry and that it is committed to regaining public trust.

Its 737 MAX planes, which were involved in the Lion Air incident in Indonesia and more recently the Ethiopian Airline crash, have been grounded world-wide.

During a carefully-managed media event, in which Boeing refused to take any on camera or on the record questions, Boeing's vice president of product strategy Mike Sinnett said in a prepared statement: "We're going to do everything that we can do to ensure that accidents like these never happen again"

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