In an unexpected ruling, the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) has unanimously ruled that imports of Bombardier’s 100-150 seat C-Series aircraft are not materially injuring or threatening to materially injure Boeing’s U.S. aircraft production. This determination terminates the prohibitive 79.82% anti-dumping duty and 212.39% countervailing duty that would have been applied on imports of the Canadian aircraft. The reasoning of the USITC will not be available until March 2nd when its report is issued.