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10.05.2018, 08:52 AM
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OTTAWA , Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said here on Monday that his country will not do business with U.S. aerospace giant Boeing because the company has sued a Canadian company.


Trudeau made the remarks at a joint press conference after his meeting British Prime Minister Theresa May, who arrived here Monday for one-day visit.


It means that Trudeau's government may walk away from a controversial plan to purchase 18 interim Super Hornet fighter jets from Boeing if the company doesn't stand down.


Boeing launched a trade dispute with Montreal-based Bombardier earlier this year. It accused its rival Bombardier of selling its CSeries passenger jets to a U.S. airline at an unfairly low price with help from government subsidies, and said the case affected its long-term economic health.


The U.S. Commerce Department is currently investigating the complaint, and is expected to release its preliminary findings next week.


Trudeau said "the action that Boeing has taken is very much in their narrow economic interests, to harm a potential competitor , and quite frankly is not in keeping with the kind of openness to trade that we know benefits citizens in all countries around the world."


"We won't do business with a company that's busy trying to sue us and trying to put our aerospace workers out of business," he added


May said she has already made her feelings clear in a phone call with U.S. President Donald Trump, someone Trudeau also said would be hearing on the matter of Boeing vs. Bombardier.


"I will raise the issue of Bombardier when I meet with him again later this week," said May.


"I will be impressing upon him the importance of Bombardier to the United Kingdom., and particularly , obviously, to jobs in Northern Ireland."


Bombardier is a major Canadian company and a significant employer in Northern Ireland, with 5,000 workers in Belfast making up about 10 percent of the area's manufacturing jobs.


In a statement released Monday, Boeing accused Bombardier of a "classic case of dumping" by offering the CSeries for sale in the U.S. "at absurdly low prices" after it "sold poorly in the marketplace."


"No one is saying Bombardier cannot sell its aircraft anywhere in the world. But sales must be according to globally accepted trade law , not violating those rules seeking to boost flatlining business artificially," the statement said.


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WASHINGTON, June 14 (Xinhua) -- Stephen Curry made seven 3-pointers and scored 37 points as the Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-91 on Sunday night for a 3-2 lead in the NBA Finals.


James , the four-time MVP, had 40 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists, leading all players in Game 5. He's the first to ever do that twice in NBA Finals. Tristan Thompson added 19 points and 10 rebounds and J.R. Smith grabbed 14. Iman Shumpert finished with 10.


Stephen Curry had 37 points and 7 rebounds. Statistically, reigning MVPs with a 3-2 series lead are 13-0 in NBA Finals history. Draymond Green finished with 16 points and 9 rebounds for the Golden State. Andre Iguodala added 14 points and 7 rebounds.


The physical first half ended with Harrison Barnes' dunk over James to start a three-point play that put the Warriors up 51-50. James struggled in the third , scoring just four points and handing out one assists. The Warriors closed on a 10-2 run to take a 73-67 lead entering the fourth.


Curry then added a cutting layup and buried a 3, scored 5 in a row, giving Warriors a 96-86 lead with 2:44 left to put the game beyond reach.

Chances are, if you've been collecting sport trading cards for some time, one of the mind boggling questions that probably bugging you is this : how do you determine the value of your card collection? In other words , how much can you fetch for the stacks of baseball, football or wrestling trading cards lying in your cabinet?

Although most sports card collectors are usually fans of the game as well, some are actually into the card collecting hobby for the potential profit they may reap from the trading. Therefore, it certainly doesn't hurt to know the methods that you can use to assess this, even if you've no intention to sell off your collection now.

Here are 3 simple and effective ways commonly used :

(1) Ebay Auctions

A relatively fast way to know how much people are willing to pay for your particular card is to do a search on Ebay auctions. While doing so , it's vital to go by what buyers are offering instead of the price sellers are asking for.

Even though both demand and supply has the same important part to play, looking at the buyers' market is the fairer way to determine the current "market value". The number of bids, depending on the base price set by the seller can also help you determine if the card you're holding is "hot" or not. That in turn can help you plan your own baseline selling price next time.

(2) Monthly Magazines & Price Guides

If you're more interested to know the "book value" for your cards, depending on the amount of money you want to spend and the depth of the details you want to know, there are avenues for you to check that as well.

For a start , you can check this via the monthly trading card magazines. Such periodicals tabulate current book v.
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