Boeing is beyond the point of no-return in its price-dumping trade dispute against Canada’s Bombardier, company representatives told reporters Dec. 15, and the results are expected to be cemented by Washington officials the week of Dec. 18. That day, the U.S. Commerce Department is slated to finalize its finding over allegedly improper subsidies made to Bombardier for C Series air transports, as sold to Delta Air Lines. Also Dec. 18, the International Trade Commission will host a final ...

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