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Boeing saw in the sale of Bombardier aircraft dumping

Boeing saw the sale of Bombardier airliners dumpingAmerican aircraft building company Boeing complained about the dumping of its Canadian rival, Bombardier, when selling airliners to the US Commission on International Trade USITC. This is written by RNS with reference to Le Figaro. In the complaint text, Boeing representatives demanded that the USITC investigate the conditions for the sale by the Canadian company in the US of its CS100 and CS300 passenger aircraft with a capacity of 100-150 seats. "Bombardier launched an aggressive campaign to sell CSeries aircraft in the US market at ridiculously low prices: less than $ 20 million for the engine, although only its production costs $ 33 million, if you rely on open data," Boeing said. In 2016, Bombardier signed a contract with the American Delta Air Lines for the sale of 75 CSeries airliners for a total of $ 5.6 billion at the catalog price. The average price for the aircraft, according to this transaction, is $ 79.5-89.5 million.

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