TORONTO—Score another win for Donald Trump's high-handed version of protectionism. Monday's decision by Montreal-based Bombardier to give away control over its much-vaunted C Series jet virtually guarantees that the U.S. will get the lion's share of any new jobs created. It also threatens to saddle taxpayers in Quebec and the rest of Canada with a good chunk of the $6-billion debt Bombardier incurred developing the jet. How did Canada's most important state-subsidized, high-tech company get into this mess?
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