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Arizona senators tell ITC to avoid ‘politically motivated’ duties in Bombardier-Boeing fight

October 02, 2017
Arizona’s two Republican senators are urging the chairman of the International Trade Commission to play by the book and not slap “unnecessary” antidumping and countervailing duties on Canada’s Bombardier, which employs almost 7,000 U.S. workers in 17 states. “U.S. trade laws should be dutifully enforced. In doing so, we urge the ITC to avoid levying unnecessary or politically motivated penalties that could have negative impacts on aerospace employees, U.S. air carriers, and airline companies,” Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake...


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