Airbus says US sanctions on its aircraft would have no legal basis

gulfnews | April 09, 2019

Airbus says US sanctions on its aircraft would have no legal basis
Paris: European aircraft-maker Airbus said on Tuesday it saw no legal basis for the United States’ move towards imposing trade sanctions on its aircraft and warned of deepening trade tensions. US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States would impose tariffs on $11 billion (Dh40.4 billion) of products from the European Union, a day after US trade officials proposed a list of EU products to target as part of an ongoing aircraft dispute. The EU and the United States have fought for over a decade over mutual claims of illegal aid to plane giants Boeing and Airbus. Both sides have been judged by the WTO to have paid billions of dollars of subsidies to gain advantage, and asked to stop or face potential sanctions.

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The F-22 Raptor is considered by many to be the most advanced fighter ever made and the very definition of air superiority. This is great news for Lockheed Martin, as it was their mission to produce a fighter whose capabilities had never been seen before. No other fighter combines the level of steal

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