Canada reportedly is altering its plan to buy 18 Super Hornet fighters from Boeing amidst a trade dispute with the jet maker.

Sources told Reuters that the government will announce this week that it plans to buy a used fleet of older Australia F-18 jets instead of the new Super Hornets.

The ruling follows Boeing’s trade challenge against Canada’s Bombardier aircraft maker. Boeing alleged that Bombardier has been able to sell its jets into the U.S. at below cost due to subsidies from the United…

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