Ex-Im Bank Related Content

GE Aviation Looks to Europe Without U.S. Ex-Im Bank

Due to the expiration of the U.S. Ex-Im Bank, GE Aviation is looking to Europe for export financing, with the company’s newly new turboprop engine production operation in Europe a current example. read more

Aircraft Lessors May Miss Ex-Im When Funding Is Strained

Fitch Ratings said the cessation of new lending activities by the Ex-Im Bank does not have an immediate impact on aircraft leasing companies. However, a permanent loss would eliminate a source of contingency funding. read more

Boeing 747 Sales Face Slump as Ex-Im Funding Ends

Bloomberg reported that after months of struggle in Congress, the charter for the U.S. Ex-Im bank is set to expire, eliminating a source of financing for aircraft orders from Boing’s overseas customers. read more

Ex-Im Bank Likely to Lapse as Congress Lacks Path to Votes

Bloomberg reported that the U.S. Export-Import bank is likely to lose at least temporarily its authority to support U.S. companies such as Boeing. read more

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