General aviation manufacturers, particularly those involved in agricultural aviation, are re-evaluating their production plans for 2015 in light of the battle brewing over reauthorization of the U.S. Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank, industry leaders say. Ex-Im’s current authorization is due to expire at the end of September, and top House Republicans are casting doubt over whether they will take up the issue before then. In addition, major airlines and labor are urging, at a minimum, ...
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