Boeing said it disagreed with Friday's trade ruling and would review it when further details became available.
ONE thousand Northern Irish jobs have been saved after an aircraft firm won a case against huge USA tariffs slapped on their import of new passenger jets. The panel's ruling blocks a Commerce Department decision last month to impose duties of nearly 300 percent.
"Boeing has built its case around a single sale it did not lose, for an aircraft it does not produce", Delta wrote in a legal brief submitted in the case.
Boeing had argued that Bombardier dumped CSeries planes to Delta at prices below the cost of production, adding a new layer to existing trade friction between Boeing and the US carrier. That plane and the C Series can carry similar passenger loads, depending on how they're configured.
Boeing shares were as of late exchanging down under 1 percent following the decision.
Boeing responded to today's ruling saying it disagreed with the ITC decision and expressed disappointment it had not recognized "the harm [the company] has suffered from the billions of dollars in illegal government subsidies that the Department of Commerce found Bombardier received and used to dump aircraft in the US small single-aisle airplane market".
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History was also against it: A survey of ITC decisions over the past three years by Veritas Investment Research shows the commission found injury in 87 per cent of its final rulings in anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations.
The ITC's first announcement of the decision said only that the commission had made a "negative determination" in Boeing's trade case.
Bombardier said the ITC decision was "a victory for innovation, competition, and the rule of law".
Freeland also signaled a desire to mend the strained cross-border relations.
"Canada-United States trade is important to the prosperity of both our countries".
"When you look at it as an industry analyst, this seems to be the right decision - that Boeing was not hurt by the C Series and Delta's decision to buy it, particularly in light of Airbus's taking over the ownership of C Series and building it in Alabama".
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PM Theresa May welcomed the move, calling it "good news" for United Kingdom industry.
Another facet of the dispute is that Boeing's European rival Airbus acquired a majority stake in the C Series program.
Before that, Bombardier had struggled to gain a USA foothold while production of the single-aisle plane fell more than two years behind schedule and costs ballooned to more than US$2 billion over budget.
Stephen Kelly, the chief executive of industry group Manufacturing NI, said the ITC vote "removed the huge worry that has been hanging over the heads of not just Bombardier workers but the entire supply chain in the North". The major aircraft deal set off the trade dispute with the rival USA plane maker.
Canadian officials had protested the tariff, with its minister of foreign affairs saying at the time that it was "clearly aimed at eliminating Bombardier's C Series aircraft from the US market". "It is also a victory for USA airlines and the US traveling public". They instead did not perceive a threat to U.S.
Bombardier countered that because Delta at that time was explicitly looking for smaller airplanes, Boeing hadn't even proposed its own jets in that sales campaign.
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Subsequently, Boeing and Brazil's Embraer confirmed they were in merger talks last month, part of a longstanding courtship between the pair that dates back decades. "Bombardier and its innovative workforce play a vital role in the Northern Ireland economy", while NI Secretary of State Karen Bradley tweeted: "Today's unanimous decision in favour of Bombardier is great news for the company, the workforce, their families and NI - a really bright future ahead".