The EU’s claim that the U.S. failed to remove illegal subsidies to Boeing has gone to a World Trade Organization (WTO) arbitration panel. The U.S. last month said it has complied with the WTO’s ruling in DS 353, the case the EU brought against the U.S., and removed certain U.S. Defense Department and NASA subsidies to Boeing. The EU claimed, however, that the U.S. plan did not comply with the WTO’s ruling and it appealed to the WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body (DSB). It also demanded $12 ...
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