Airbus says Boeing suffered little real damage from A350 and A380 subsidies that WTO has ruled illegalSeattle Times2 days ago
Responding to last week’s ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) that Airbus has failed to remedy the harm done to Boeing from illegal subsidies on its A350 and A380 jet programs ...
- Market Watch3 days ago
As a result of the changes, the European Union has notified the WTO of an additional set of compliance measures, Airbus said. "We are confident that we have now achieved full compliance ...
- Daily Telegraph2 days ago
Of course, we want to ensure an absolute clean break, if necessary on WTO terms.
- The Wall Street Journal7 days ago
In a filing at the World Trade Organization, Japan said it was reserving the right under WTO rules to impose retaliatory tariffs of more than $400 million.
- CNBC3 days ago
RUSSIA TELLS WTO THAT RETALIATION AGAINST U.S. STEEL AND ALUMINIUM TARIFFS COULD AMOUNT TO $538 MLN
- KAAL Austin22 hours ago
Trump ordered Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to investigate whether imported cars, trucks and auto parts threaten U.S. national security. If Commerce finds that they do, it can recommend trade sanctions, including tariffs and quotas.
- Reuters via Yahoo News6 days ago
The four-term German leader said both countries recognised the rules of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and would push for increased multilateralism at a time of rising global concern ...
- Air Transport World2 days ago
“We are confident that we have now achieved full compliance in the DS316 case as a clear demonstration of the will to ensure a fair-trade environment respecting international trade agreements ...
Airbus Statement Regarding the Recent WTO AB Report and the Second Compliance Communication by the EUAircraft Maintenance Technology3 days ago
This allowed the European Union to notify the WTO of an additional set of compliance measures, responding to Tuesday’s publication of the WTO Appellate Body report. In its report ...
- AFP via Yahoo News16 hours ago
"If now the US would unilaterally raise car tariffs for instance, it obviously would be against the WTO," said European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen, in reference to the World ...