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U.S. Airlines, Qatar Airways CEOs Discuss Subsidies At White House

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CEOs of several major U.S. carriers and Qatar Airways met with President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence July 18 to discuss accusations that Qatar and the UAE have been unfairly subsidizing their respective state-sponsored airlines.

 

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