- The Wall Street Journal•13 hours ago
European jet maker Airbus Group is locked in a dispute with U.S. regulators over the safety of lithium-ion batteries installed on its latest model.
- Reuters•22 hours ago
PARIS/LONDON, July 27 (Reuters) - Airbus Group has agreed with European governments a process for regaining access to export credits, paving the way for unblocking a system halted this year over poor transparency in the use of intermediaries, it said on Wednesday. In a footnote in its half-yearly financial statements, the aerospace group said it was working with UK, French and German export credit agencies (ECA) to resolve compliance issues raised by the irregularities, which sources have said dated back years. Britain in April froze applications for government export credits for Airbus passenger jets and called in its Serious Fraud Office (SFO) after Airbus Group said it had discovered inaccuracies in applications for export support.
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