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Subsidies in Civil Aircraft Manufacturing: The World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Boeing-Airbus Dispute

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/ESTAL/2012/3/308

Andreas Knorr, Jörg Bellmann, Rahel Schomaker


I. Introduction The two interrelated WTO subsidy disputes1 between the US aircraft manufacturer Boeing and its European competitor Airbus – DS3162 for the USA’s complaint against the European Communities3 and DS3534 for the EU’s counter-complaint against the USA – have dragged on for more than half a decade now. The WTO panel circulated its final report in the US case – which found the European Communities in part in breach of the WTO’s subsidy r

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