As much as Bombardier tried to buy a CSeries of jets to have a complaint draw from U.S. opponent Boeing, the planes in Canada were not fairly funded. A study made about the business transactions of Bombardier will be continued as voted by the U.S. International Trade Commission.
The commission noted in a release; “There is a reasonable indication that a U.S. industry is threatened with material injury by reason of imports of 100- to 150-seat large civil aircraft from Canada that are allegedly subsidized and sold in the United States at less than fair value.”
An appeal was made by Boeing (Bombardier’s rival) with the USITC in April requesting to think through a countervailing and anti-dumping duties against the CSeries passenger aircraft based in Canada. The undisputed decision was made by the five commissioners after the trail in May. The report concerning the ITC’s verdict will be finalised after the 10th of next month. The vote on Friday is an indication that the U.S Commerce Department will have a different investigation continued.
Towards the 21st of next month, an introductory resolve on countervailing duties is anticipated, followed by a pronouncement on anti-dumping duties in early October. This series of judgements will result to an ultimate levy fix against the Canadian airliner.
A countervailing duties of 79.41 per cent and an anti-dumping duties of 79.82 per cent is being called on by Boeing, Bombardier allegedly blamed Boeing of having “an aggressive campaign” in operation to get rid of its residential airliner in America.