The European Union believes the United
States continues to subsidize aircraft maker Boeing and has called
for new consultations with Washington in the ongoing trade dispute,
the World Trade Organization (WTO) said Tuesday in Geneva.
The U.S. administration had reported Sunday that it is fully complying with earlier WTO rulings.
"The EU says it has reviewed the announced US measures and considers that the US maintains a series of subsidies," the WTO said in a statement.
The EU and the US have been feuding over subsidies for Airbus and Boeing since 2004.
An appeal panel of the WTO confirmed in March that US states and government institutions have been aiding Boeing with measures amounting to several million dollars.
The Geneva-based trade body has issued a similar ruling against the EU for its support for Airbus.
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