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Canada Retaliates Against The US & Boeing, Cancels Fighter Jet Order

In October we learned of a major trade dispute between the US and Canada, or perhaps more specifically, between Boeing and Bombardier.  Boeing had filed a complaint with the US Commerce Department, asserting that Bombardier was getting illegal subsidies from the Canadian government and dumping its product (specifically, the CSeries aircraft) into the US market. Delta has 75 of these aircraft on order, and clearly Boeing wasn't happy about that, even though they don't have a direct competitor for the plane.
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