Transatlantic Trade Dispute: Solution for Airbus-Boeing Under Biden?

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With the widening of the US measures three weeks before the end of the Trump administration, it falls on Biden to find a solution for the Airbus-Boeing dispute.

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Wittig, S. Transatlantic Trade Dispute: Solution for Airbus-Boeing Under Biden?. Intereconomics 56, 23–31 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10272-021-0947-z

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