Brazil's Embraer is preparing to bid against its major competitor, Canada's Bombardier, for an order of 70 regional jets from US Airways, one of the largest purchases of this type of aircraft ever made by a U.S. carrier. Some analysts see in the $1.4 billion deal a new threat to negotiations now going on between Brazil and Canada within the framework of the World Trade Organization, which ultimately seeks to discard trade retaliations for government subsidies to both carriers. ...

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