China’s C919 faces new hurdle after US-Europe aviation deal, but accord unlikely to be a ‘game changer’

China’s efforts to carve out global market share for its narrow body C919 passenger plane face a fresh hurdle after the United States and the European Union (EU) agreed to a truce in their near 17-year conflict over aircraft subsidies, analysts say.The US and EU announced on Tuesday a five-year suspension of tariffs and plan to establish a working group to address “non-market practices” in other countries, most notably China. China has spent tens of billions of dollars to develop the C919 jet,…


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