US and the European Union will resume open skies negotiations today (07-Oct-2009) (Dow Jones, 06-Oct-2009). During the three-day session, the US is reportedly planning to focus on European restrictions on noise and night services and other regulations affecting cargo carriers, while the EU is expected to continue its push the US to ease restrictions on foreign ownership and control of airlines from the current 25% level.
US and EU resume liberalisation talks
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The 45th President of the USA will be Donald J. Trump.
This CAPA analysis considers the impact of his campaign, and now impending presidency, on the aviation and tourism sector, against the background of the election campaign. It is an upadated version of one produced by CAPA in Jun-2016. There is more to the apparent shift in US international attitudes than just Mr Trump's election, as a sweeping dissatisfaction and distrust of “politicians” pervades that country – and others.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was marked by a combination of populism, nationalism, protectionism, racism – notably against Mexicans - and anti-Muslim rhetoric. There were also even less attractive elements of his campaign.
Mr Trump’s positions were matched at the other end of the political spectrum – in a more palatable way – by Bernie Sanders, who also played to the populist disillusionment with Washington. The result has shifted the US' national policy fulcrum. For aviation purposes Mr Trump has said and done things that are relevant in several important areas, as outlined below. Protectionism and an erosion of free trade is a prominent risk.