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Airbus regrets U.S. tariffs, hopes for change when WTO authorises EU retaliation

Reuters | Berlin | Updated: 15-02-2020 15:58 IST | Created: 15-02-2020 15:55 IST
Airbus regrets U.S. tariffs, hopes for change when WTO authorises EU retaliation
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European aerospace group Airbus said on Saturday it deeply regretted the U.S. decision to increase tariffs on aircraft imported from the European Union and said it would hurt U.S. airlines and their customers.

Airbus also said it hoped Washington would change position once the World Trade Organization authorizes the EU to impose tariffs on Boeing aircraft, including the 737 MAX, 787 and 777 aircraft in May or June.

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