WASHINGTON—Embraer’s home government of Brazil is ramping up for another World Trade Organization (WTO) fight against Canada’s Bombardier, with Brazil’s highest government institution for foreign trade policies calling for a new, formal trade dispute between the countries of the aircraft OEMs. The Council of Ministers of the Brazilian Foreign Trade Chamber (Camex) decided to initiate dispute settlement proceedings against Canada at the WTO, according to Embraer. More ...
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