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Title: A disputa comercial no setor aeronáutico: EUA/BOEING versus UE/AIRBUS na Organização Mundial do Comércio
Authors: Gomes, Sérgio Bittencourt Varella
Barcellos, João Alfredo
Tucci, Nelson
Keywords: Boeing Company
Airbus Industrie
Organização Mundial do Comércio
World Trade Organization
Concorrência internacional
Competition, International
Indústria aeronáutica - Política governamental - Estados Unidos
Aircraft industry - Government policy - United States
Indústria aeronáutica - Política governamental - Países da União Européia
Aircraft industry - Government policy - European Union countries
Subsídios governamentais - Estados Unidos
Subsidies - United States
Subsídios governamentais - Países da União Européia
Subsidies - European Union countries
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social
Abstract: The subject of this work is the aircraft industry dispute between the United States of America (USA) and the European Union (EU). Boeing and Airbus alleged illegal subsidies would have been used extensively for commercial aircraft developments. Starting in 2004, WTO’s Dispute Settlement System has been invoked by both parties. The ensuing panels, reports, appellations, compliance complaints, counter-appellations, arbitrations etc. have been dragging on to this day. Several aircraft manufacturing countries, including Brazil, have closely watched developments at the WTO as third parties, due to the possible worldwide sector implications. Lessons learned so far could be relevant to the current Brazil-Canada dispute, started in 2016, involving Bombardier and Embraer.
Other Identifiers: GOMES, Sérgio Bittencourt Varella, BARCELLOS, João Alfredo, TUCCI, Nelson. A disputa comercial no setor aeronáutico : EUA/BOEING versus UE/AIRBUS na Organização Mundial do Comércio. BNDES Setorial, Rio de Janeiro, v. 25, n. 49 , p. [29]-79, mar. 2019.
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