1996, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; <br />
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File Photo of Bombardier CEO & President Laurent Beaudoin during an interview in Montreal.<br />
The WTO ruled Monday , January 28th, 2002, that Canada broke global trading rules by providing cut-rate loans to finance regional jet sales by Montreal-based Bombardier. <br />
Ottawa has 30 days to decide whether to appeal the ruling in what has become a five-year-long trade war between Canada and Brazil over jet sales. <br />
The WTO condemned several deals, the largest involving $1.7 billion in financing by Ottawa to support a Bombardier sale of 75 jets to Air Wisconsin. <br />
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(Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sevy - Images Distribution (©) Copyright  by Sevy<br />
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NOTE : slide scan made with Kodak RFS 3600, saved as Adobe 1998 RGB
Bombardier CEO Laurent Beaudoin
1996, Montreal, Quebec, Canada;

File Photo of Bombardier CEO & President Laurent Beaudoin during an interview in Montreal.
The WTO ruled Monday , January 28th, 2002, that Canada broke global trading rules by providing cut-rate loans to finance regional jet sales by Montreal-based Bombardier.
Ottawa has 30 days to decide whether to appeal the ruling in what has become a five-year-long trade war between Canada and Brazil over jet sales.
The WTO condemned several deals, the largest involving $1.7 billion in financing by Ottawa to support a Bombardier sale of 75 jets to Air Wisconsin.

(Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sevy - Images Distribution (©) Copyright by Sevy

NOTE : slide scan made with Kodak RFS 3600, saved as Adobe 1998 RGB

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