Opinion: Could U.S. Trade Rulings Put Chill On Aircraft Financing?

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Bombardier’s C Series has had a rough few weeks. The U.S. Commerce Department in September ruled that the 75-aircraft CS100 sale to Delta Air Lines was subsidized enough to warrant a 220% countervailing duty on all C Series jets imported into the U.S. Then, in early October, Commerce also ruled that...
Richard Aboulafia

Contributing columnist Richard Aboulafia is managing director at Aerodynamic Advisory. He is based in Washington.

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