The USTR announced small changes to the “Airbus tariffs” by removing Greek cheese and UK biscuits, and adding jams made
The participating governments hope the future fighter plane would become Europe's primary combat aircraft over the next couple of decades.
The United States is reportedly considering imposing import tariffs on almost $11 billion worth of goods that originated in the
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The large-scale deal of the European aircraft producer with China is deemed a blow to its American competitor Boeing.
France's leader is seeking to make the BRI a two-way street.
Tom Enders, the CEO of Airbus, warned that a no-deal Brexit could force the company to move its wing-building factories
The European Union and the UK must prepare for the possible impact on their airports of a Brexit without a
Key ministers in the UK government have dismissed recent warnings by industrial giants Airbus and BMW that the possibility of
The aerospace industry giant employs directly about 14,000 people in 25 locations in the UK.