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Airbus-Boeing: looking for a compromise on public aid


The two aircraft manufacturers aspire to end this trade dispute, as do the Biden administration and the European Commission.

Since Joe Biden came to power, the dispute between the United States and the European Union (EU) over aeronautics has been put on hold.

A truce, decided on March 5 for a period of four months - it expires on July 10 - suspended all surcharges on products, including aeronautics, and services of the two export powers.

As a sign of appeasement, the EU decided, in mid-May, to suspend, for a maximum of six months, the tariff hike that was planned on certain American products, including Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Levi Strauss jeans. or bourbon, from June 1st.

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Since October 2019, American surcharges, with an annual value of 7.5 billion dollars, have increased the price of products

made in Europe

as varied as Airbus planes, Italian cheese or French wines.

And in the other direction, punitive customs duties of $ 4 billion, including $ 1.8 billion for Boeing planes alone,

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Source: lefigaro

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