The Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im) of the United States is facing a stiff fight for reauthorization in September against an alliance that pits it and U.S. aerospace manufacturers against right-wing politicians, a major U.S. carrier and organized labor. Although some politicians aligned with the Tea Party have argued against reauthorization of the Ex-Im Bank, the objections from airlines have been more nuanced. In testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Committee on ...

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