Wolfgang Driese, chairman of DVB Bank
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DVB Bank boss: Boeing will fix problems

All of Boeing's 50 flagship 787 Dreamliners have been temporarily taken out of service amid safety concerns.

The US and European aviation agencies said planes should be grounded while safety checks are carried out on their lithium ion batteries.

Wolfgang Driese, chairman of German transport financier DVB Bank, which leases out planes and ships, told the BBC's Rico Hizon that he was confident Boeing would soon have the problem fixed.

  • 18 Jan 2013