Pierre Beaudoin says tech is improving high-speed travel.
So if you would indulge me and give me an opportunity to practice my French, could you please remind me what the difference is between Bombardier [bom-bar-dee-YAY], your company, and bombardier [bom-ba-DEER], which is not your company?
[Laughs] Well, that's just the way that some people say it in the U.S. I think it's more a reference to a bomber, an aircraft that's a bomber, when you say bombardier [bom-ba-DEER]. Of course in our case it's a family name, Bombardier, so we try to have people say it in this way.
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