WASHINGTON—The top official responsible for negotiating international aviation agreements at the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) said the administration is “moving cautiously” to address concerns that Qatar and UAE are engaging in anti-competitive business practices with their flagship carriers. “We are aware that in a world where roughly one-third of carriers are state-owned, another third are state-managed or supported and only a third are purely ...

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