Tariffs on US$7.5 billion on a range of European goods were approved by the World Trade Organization as compensation for illegal EU subsidies to Airbus.
WTO ruled the US could retaliate over illegal aid that the 28-country EU gave to Airbus.
Tariffs can take effect no earlier than mid-October because a key WTO panel needs to formally sign off on them first.
Europe is bracing for possible US sanctions over the plane subsidy issue.
Says it’s in negotiations with several customers interested in buying the jet.
Suggests a breakdown in talks with the European Union over trade.
Data will help researchers identify low-cost, high-return changes that can be applied early in the aircraft design process.
Court ruling includes $1 million in punitive damages and $500,000 in compensatory damages tied to patent for Moustache landing gear.
“Please don’t listen to the Brexiteers’ madness which asserts that, because we have huge plants here, we will not move and we will always be here,” Tom Enders said. “They are wrong.”
Plant construction complete or not, production of the narrow-body aircraft is to start in the third quarter.
Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Saab are all in the running alongside Airbus for the federal contract.
European plane-maker aims to cut supply costs in order to restore the program to profitability.
The deal enhances the aerospace giant’s relationship with Canadian research.
The name change comes after Airbus officially took a majority stake in the C Series program July 1.
Boeing will own 80%, Embraer 20%; the $4.75 billion deal, expected to close toward the end of 2019.