Now that the US and EU have frozen their war on state aid for large civil aircraft, the question is: how will aircraft funding change after the trade dispute? In the ‘Understanding on a cooperative framework for Large Civil Aircraft’, the United States and European...
News The proposed joint venture between Boeing and Embraer has been approved by regulators around the world, but not the EU. The European Union has yet to approve the deal and its regulators have now twice requested additional data from Boeing and Embraer, delaying a...
News Boeing’s struggles continued this week on three fronts as the soap opera continues. The news this week for Boeing was mixed. The company asked the State of Washington to rescind certain tax breaks for aviation companies, thereby moving Boeing into compliance...
Trade tensions involving commercial and military aircraft are about to enter a new level after the US government announced higher tariffs on EU-build (Airbus) aircraft while considering new measures that could affect China’s Comac. Let’s have a look at the two cases....
We decided to take a deeper look at what is at stake as the WTO case starts to play out. October 18 is when the US starts to impose its tariffs. The EU appears to be in no rush – the US played its card. The EU can respond when it is ready with equally or more...
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