When the international aviation sector looked set to become part of the EU's Emissions Trading Systems, ETS, for carbon quotas for real, political superpowers such as the US and China intensified their warnings.
China, for instance, threatened to cancel a massive billion dollar order for Airbus planes, and the EU Commission ultimately loosened the measures. This was back in 2013.
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