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PARIS Airbus said on Tuesday it had taken steps to comply with a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling on subsidies for its A350 and A380 jets, which has seen the United States and Europe trade legal blows on behalf of Boeing and Airbus. | Video
PARIS European planemaker Airbus said on Tuesday that the company - along with France, Germany, Spain and the UK - had made some changes regarding loans for the A380 and A350XWB planes to comply with the World Trade Organization (WTO).
DUBAI, May 21 Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), one of the world's largest aircraft lessors, said on Monday it had signed a four-year loan deal for $480 million.
French gas and power group Engie , Polish gas firm PGNiG and German lender DZ Bank were the latest companies on Friday to say that their business dealings with Iran would be affected by the re-imposition of U.S. sanctions.
PARIS/NEW YORK Airbus's hopes of winning an immediate respite from slow sales of its A330neo jetliner with an order from United Airlines are dwindling, leaving a gap in future production weeks before it is due to enter service, industry sources said on Friday.
PARIS/NEW YORK, May 18 Airbus's hopes of winning an immediate respite from slow sales of its A330neo jetliner with an order from United Airlines are dwindling, leaving a gap in future production weeks before it is due to enter service, industry sources said on Friday.
DUBAI Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), one of the world's largest aircraft lessors, is in talks to buy a near-record total of 400 jetliners from Airbus and Boeing, its CEO told Reuters, in a $40 billion blowout that would match the order pipeline of rivals.
May 15 European Commission, Airbus statements on WTO subsidy ruling:
BRIEF-Boeing Says WTO Airbus Subsidy Ruling Clears Way For U.S. To Seek Remedies As Tariffs On EU Imports To U.S.
* BOEING SAYS WTO AIRBUS SUBSIDY RULING CLEARS WAY FOR U.S. TO SEEK REMEDIES IN THE FORM OF TARIFFS ON EU IMPORTS TO THE U.S.
* SAYS UNLESS EU STOPS BREAKING RULES ON AIRBUS SUBSIDIES, U.S. WILL HAVE TO MOVE FORWARD WITH COUNTER MEASURES ON EU PRODUCTS