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August 5, 2013

EUAs Volatile in July

AIRLINES

Restraining Order

AEROSPACE BUSINESS

Fact Check

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EUAs Volatile in July

EU carbon dioxide allowance (EUA) prices under the EU Emissions Trading System were mercurial in July, as the market reacted to the European Parliament’s vote in support of regulatory intervention to curb supply. On July 3 Parliament voted in favor of the European Commission’s proposal to backload 900 million EUAs from auctions in 2013-15.
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AIRLINES

Restraining Order

U.S. carriers look to defy previous patterns by holding capacity in check

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AEROSPACE BUSINESS

Fact Check

Acknowledging it has not achieved a balanced revenue stream, EADS changes its name to Airbus Group

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DEFENSE

Seizing the Day

Where member states see defense cuts, the European Union sees opportunity

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DEFENSE

Eye on the Sky

Ell proposes space surveillance network that could build on French and German radars

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DEFENSE

Clipped Wings

Senate proposal would truncate purchases for Afghan air force

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DEFENSE

Hidden Cost

Lockheed Martin contract targets unit airframe price of under $100 million for F-35

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DEFENSE

Striking a Balance

Carrier strike is the primary role for U.K. JSFs, but the RAF will take lead in service entry

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PROPULSION

Moving On

Hiccups in the testing of Pratt's engine for the A320 are ‘routine’

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AIR TRANSPORT

Finger-Pointing

Airline delays become a touchy political issue in China

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