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  1. WTO cases: EU/US Agreement on Terms for Negotiation to end Subsidies for Large Civil Aircraft: The Agreement
    • Abstract: With this agreement the EU and US have confirmed their willingness to resolve the dispute which has arisen between them over trade in large civil aircraft, and to devote time and resources to doing so by negotiation rather than pursuing the dispute through WTO panels
    • 11 January 2005
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  2. WTO cases: EU/US Agreement on Terms for Negotiation to end Subsidies for Large Civil Aircraft: the Press release
    • Abstract: The European Union and the United States have agreed today on the terms for launching negotiations on subsidies affecting the civil aircraft sector. The objective of these negotiations, which will last three months, is to eliminate different types of subsidies and to establish fair market-based competition between Boeing and Airbus
    • 11 January 2005
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  3. WTO cases: Trade Commissioner on fact-finding visit to Airbus
    • Abstract: Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson today made a fact-finding trip to the Airbus production facility in Toulouse, France. Mr Mandelson said that on the question of negotiation or litigation the EU was 'ready to negotiate but fully prepared to defend ourselves in the WTO if so challenged'.
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    • 15 December 2004
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  4. WTO cases: US Byrd Amendment: WTO authorises retaliation – US urged to conform to WTO ruling
    • Abstract: The EU, alongside six WTO members (Brazil, Canada, India, Korea, Japan and Mexico), today received WTO authorisation to impose retaliatory measures against the US for failing to bring its legislation into conformity with its international trade obligations.
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    • 26 November 2004
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  5. WTO cases: Foreign Sales Corporations (FSC): EU welcomes US repeal of illegal export subsidies – EU to lift sanctions and ask for check on WTO compatibility
    • Abstract: The European Commission strongly welcomed the signature, by the US President of the Bill repealing the illegal FSC/ETI export subsidies, which thus becomes US law
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    • 25 October 2004
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  6. WTO cases: US-Boeing: EU rejects US unilateral abrogation of the 92 aircraft agreement
    • Abstract: In a note verbale dispatched today to the US, the EU rejects the US unilateral abrogation of the EU-US 1992 agreement on large civil aircraft as being invalid under international law. The EU refutes the arguments used by the US for terminating the agreement as “groundless and unsubstantiated” and in particular the allegations of EU non-compliance with the terms of the agreement
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    • 8 October 2004
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  7. WTO cases: US-Boeing: EU takes US to the WTO over subsidies granted to Boeing
    • Abstract: Today, the EU has requested consultations with the United States in the World Trade Organization (WTO) on massive subsidies granted to Boeing. The EU believes that these subsidies are in serious violation of the WTO Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
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    • 6 October 2004
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  8. WTO cases: EU – US Agreement on Large Civil Aircraft 1992: key facts and figures
    • Abstract: EU – US Agreement on Large Civil Aircraft 1992: key facts and figures
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    • 6 October 2004
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  9. United States: US Byrd Amendment Dispute: EU requests authorisation to apply sanctions against US
    • Abstract: The deadline for the US to bring the Byrd amendment into conformity with WTO rules expired on 27 December 2003. Given the lack of compliance from the US, the EU has requested WTO authorisation to impose sanctions. The move is necessary to safeguard EU rights to retaliate thus defending the interests of EU exporters affected by this measure. The so-called Byrd Amendment mandates the distribution of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties to the companies that have brought the case in the first place and was ruled out illegal by the WTO’s Appellate Body in January 2003
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    • 15 January 2004
    • Type: Press release, Other
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF

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