There is a discomfiting sense of deja vu with the new tariff on Airbus exports to the U.S. The subsidy issue has been debated ad nauseum since Jean Pierson headed Airbus, with questionable subsidies on both sides of the Atlantic. In this latest round, the World Trade Organization (WTO) decision is nothing more than a simplistic, one-sided stab at addressing a complex, bilateral issue.  Urgently needed is an equitable resolution to close this anachronistic tit for tat, preferably before ...

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