UK business minister to make statement on Bombardier after 1130 GMT

UK business minister to make statement on Bombardier after 1130 GMT

Bombardier's new Global 7000 business jet (rear) is seen parked next to a Learjet 75 during the National Business Aviation Association conference and expo at the Henderson Executive Airport in Henderson, Nevada, U.S., October 8, 2017. REUTERS/David Becker
LONDON: British business minister Greg Clark will make a statement to parliament on Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier on Tuesday sometime after 1130 GMT, parliament announced.Prime Minister Theresa May intervened in a trade row between Canada and the United States after a complaint by Boeing led to the U.S. Department of Commerce imposing a preliminary 220-percent duty on Bombardier's CSeries jets.The U.S. ruling puts as many as 4,200 jobs at risk at a plant in the British province of Northern Ireland, where the jets' carbon wings are made.(Reporting by William James; editing by Stephen Addison)
Source: Reuters