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U.S., EU Need to Work on Aircraft-Industry Support, Tai Says

  • Allies need to address Chinese practices that ‘distort’ market
  • Allies reached truce in Boeing-Airbus dispute in June
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The U.S. and European Union need to address what support for their civil-aircraft industries will be, and work together to tackle Chinese practices in the industries that are distorting the market, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said.