The case before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) was different from its usual fare of deciding whether domestic industry has been damaged by low-cost imports of softwood lumber from Canada, school notebooks from India or welded pipe from Brazil.  Instead, the commission had to rule on Boeing’s charge of price-dumping by Bombardier in its April 2016 sale of C Series airliners to Delta Air Lines. The ITC had to understand if and how the industry practice of offering ...

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