The U.S. International Trade Commission has found in favor of Bombardier in the case filed by Boeing over the sale of 75 C Series CS100 jets to Delta Air Lines at a price the U.S. company characterized as far below the airplanes’ cost of production. The USITC ruling means that Boeing suffered no harm from the sale, thereby superseding U.S. Commerce Department rulings that called for the imposition of tariffs equal to nearly 300 percent of the price of the airplanes.
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