The US Commerce Department Dec. 20 announced final tariff amounts in its investigation of exports of 100- 150-seat commercial aircraft from Canada. It slightly lowered the total to 292.21% from almost 300%, but as expected upheld Boeing’s complaint against Bombardier. “This decision is based on a full and unbiased review of the facts in an open and transparent process,” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said. “The United States is committed to a free, fair and ...

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