What problem is there? Wiki says Air Tanzania, Gulf Air, Delta and Iraqi are all supposed to take their first aircraft this year. At this rate they won't, and the program really wouldn't benefit from that. Also is there any news on that European order? It's 4 months late, and I really wanna know the new operator.
Well, they do have many in production and should be able to meet these orders:
SWISS have 5 CS300's in various stages of flight testing, 2 CS100's in production and at least 2 CS300's in production. As they already have 17 out of a 30 plane order delivered, the 9 in various stages will mean only 4 more to manufacture to meet SWISS's 30 plane order.
KAL has 4 delivered, 5 in various stages of flight testing and production, therefore they only need to manufacture one more to meet their 10 plane order
AirBaltic has 8 delivered, at least one in production and will take their remaining order sporadically over the next couple of years
Delta has at least 3 in production and will take theirs later this year and next year.
Therefore there is lots of production room to meet the remaining orders mentioned, which are all relatively small. Iraqi, I believe are only 5 planes, Tanzania 2 and Gulf Air, I think 10?
Assuming things keep moving, they should be able to meet these orders this year.