Numerous rounds remain to be fought in the U.S.-European dispute over alleged commercial aircraft subsidies, with few prospects seen for meaningful negotiations this year to bridge the gap between the two sides. Industry officials also question the relevance of the World Trade Organization (WTO) case in the context of the changing structure of global aerospace. The WTO fight is all about dominance in the bilateral Airbus-Boeing marketplace, notes one industry observer, but the ...

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