U.S. Commerce Department slaps 220% anti-subsidy duty on Canadian planemaker Bombardier’s Cseries jets

The Canadian airplane maker has termed the U.S. move as absurd and divorced from reality.

Following a complaint lodged by Boeing Co, with the Trump Administration, against unfair subsidies received by Canadian airplane maker, Bombardier Inc, on Tuesday, the U.S. Commerce Department slapped a 220% anti-subsidy duty on Bombardier’s CSeries jets.

On Wednesday, Bombardier said the move by the U.S. Commerce Department on its CSeries jets was “absurd and divorced from the reality about the financing of multi-billion-dollar aircraft programs.”

The U.S. decision is is subject to a final ruling in 2018.


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