The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday sided with Canadian jet maker Bombardier over Boeing in a hotly contested trade dispute.
The four-member ITC ruled unanimously that Boeing wasn’t materially harmed by Canadian-subsidized low prices that Bombardier offered to Delta Air Lines to secure an order for 75 C Series regional jets.
The ruling nullifies the nearly 300 percent import duties on the C Series that the U.S. Commerce Department recommended following Boeing’s allegation of price-dumping.
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