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January 13, 2005

US, EU Agree To Try Settling Subsidy Spat

Both Agree To Stop Subsidizing Aircraft Manufacturers

"We need open warfare like we need a hole in the head." Those words from EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson signaled a break in the rising tensions between the continents over subsidies granted Airbus and Boeing. Both the EU and the US have agreed to at least try to settle their rancorous dispute over their allegations, where billions of dollars are at stake. The agreement is also another sign of a possible thaw in relations between America and Europe.

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Boeing Completes First 7E7 Composite Fuselage Section

First Full-Scale, All Composite Demonstrator

Boeing has completed the first full-scale composite one-piece fuselage section for its new 7E7 Dreamliner program, demonstrating concepts for 7E7 production that begins next year.

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Boeing, Emirates Airline Announce Largest Electronic Flight Bag Order

Thirty Units For 777 On The Way

Boeing and Emirates Tuesday said the Dubai-based airline is ordering 30 Boeing Electronic Flight Bags for its 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes, making the airline the largest customer for that Boeing-supplied system.

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