WASHINGTON – A government investigation will continue or the canadian Bombardier is the sale of aircraft in the U.S. illegally subsidized prices, a claim which has raised trade tensions between the U.S. and Canada.
Chicago-based Boeing accuses Bombardier of violating the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy laws by the sale of aircraft under the fair prices.
On Friday, the U. S. International Trade Commission voted 5-0 that there is enough evidence of damage to the AMERICAN aviation industry, let the Commerce Department go with her research.
The Ministry of Trade, it is expected that the final decisions over the next four months. It can impose duties on Bombardier CSeries jets that are 100 to 150 passengers.
Boeing claims that the new aircraft rely on illegal subsidies, allowing Bombardier to sell 75 jets to Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is lower than the cost price.
Bombardier said Friday that the confidence of the Boeing claims will be rejected after a more detailed discussion by the AMERICAN government.
Last month, Minister of Foreign affairs Chrystia Freeland warned that Canada could cancel a planned $2 billion purchase of 18 Boeing military jets over the dispute.
Boeing said: “trade only works if everyone plays by the same rules,” and he predicted that the business with Canada “will continue to flourish long after this commercial trade matter is resolved.”