The U.S. government has signaled that it will not begin weighing whether the three Persian Gulf airlines—Emirates Airline, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways—benefited from illegal state subsidies until late August at the earliest and has not acknowledged whether it will begin consultations even then. The State, Commerce and Transportation Departments now say the docket on the matter will close for new submissions on Aug. 2, and interested parties have until Aug. 24 to comment on ...

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