US government recommends 220% import tariff on Cseries

JON HEMMERDINGER | September 27, 2017

US government recommends 220% import tariff on Cseries
Boeing says the US Department of Commerce has recommended that a tariff of about 220% be slapped on imports of Bombardier CSeries aircraft. The news, though not yet confirmed by the US government, would mark a victory by Boeing, which claims Bombardier's sale of 75 CS100s to Delta Air Lines in 2016 violated trade rules.

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