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investigators looking into the Boeing seven three seven Max clash in Ethiopia have reached a preliminary conclusion on it shows an anti stole system once activated before the plane plunged and killed all one hundred and fifty seven people on board that's according to a report in the Wall Street journal on Friday that sighted people briefed on the investigation for voices sources said on Thursday the U. S. safety investigators have also reviewed data from the plane's black boxes the US officials said a preliminary report is expected within days the plane crashed on March tenth shortly after takeoff on to the anti store system code the M. Cass it's not the center of safety concerns Boeing's fonts to selling jets has orders worth more than five hundred billion U. S. dollars at list prices bought its comedy grounded globally by the FAA an investigation into a separate seven three seven Max question Indonesia last year has focused on the same system Boeing has announced a plan software fix that would prevent repeated operation of the anti storm system and the company says that developed a training package the pilots would be required to take before the worldwide ban can be lifted its pilot training provided by Boeing and add lines has come under scrutiny as investigators a worldwide trying to determine the exact causes of the two clashes that happened within five months of each other