The skies over the world’s largest aerospace market have opened to Bombardier’s C Series aircraft after it won a resounding victory Friday against Boeing Co.
U.S. International Trade Commissioners voted 4-0 that Boeing didn’t suffer harm from prospective imports of C Series planes.
Boeing launched the trade case last April, arguing that governments in Canada and Britain subsidized the plane’s development and allowed Bombardier to sell it at unfairly low prices.
The decision eliminates nearly 300 per cent in duties imposed by the Department of Commerce.
“Today’s decision is a victory for innovation, competition, and the rule of law,” the Montreal-based manufacturer said in a news release moments after the vote was announced. Click here to read more.
- U.S. International Trade Commission News Release
- Bombardier Win Could Speed up C Series Sales and Merger Talks: Analysts (CBC News)
- In Rare Move, U.S. International Trade Commission Rejects Ludicrous Tariffs on Canadian Jets (Reason)