Boeing’s price-dumping charges against Bombardier failed because the US International Trade Commission (ITC) could find no evidence that the US manufacture had lost orders or revenue in the two sales campaigns investigated, at Delta Air Lines and United Airlines. The trade commissioners voted 4-0 on Jan. 28 that US industry is not threated by imports of CSeries airliners from Canada. The vote lifted the threat that tariffs totaling 292%, proposed by the US Commerce Department, would ...

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