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Do you believe Airbus could have become a viable competitor without subsidies? Do you believe Airbus could have become a viable competitor without subsidies?

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1. Do you believe Airbus could have become a viable competitor without subsidies?;2. Why do you think the four European governments agreed to subsidize the establishment of Airbus?;3. Is Airbus?s position with regard to the long-running dispute over subsidies reasonable?;4. Do you think that the 1992 trade agreement was reasonable?;5. Why do you think that the U.S. industry reacted with caution to attempts by politicians to reopen the trade dispute in 1993?;6. In an era of global competition, what is the case for antitrust authorities to permit the formation of large domestic firms through mergers and acquisitions?;7. Was the threat by EU authorities to declare the Boeing?McDonnell Douglas merger illegal a violation of U.S. national sovereignty?;8. Do you think the EU Commission had a strong case in its attempts to wring concessions from Boeing regarding the merger with McDonnell Douglas? Was Boeing right to make significant concessions to the EU? What might have occurred if the concessions were not made?;9. Why did the U.S. government decide to reopen the long-running trade dispute between Boeing and Airbus in 2004?;Do you think the U.S. position is reasonable?;What about the EU?s counter-charges? Are they reasonable?;10. Now that the dispute has gone to the World Trade Organization, what do you think would be a fair and equitable outcome?

 

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