Brazilian aircraft-maker Embraer may eventually gain access to U.S. Export-Import Bank export credit support for aircraft coming off the company’s Melbourne, Fla., production line. “I think it is something we would be willing to consider,” says Bob Morin, vice president of Ex-Im’s transport division. Brazil would welcome such a move and would consider working with Ex-Im to support such aircraft deliveries, Marcio Nobre Migon, head of the aircraft finance department at Brazil’s export ...
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