After months of wrangling, congressional leaders are reaching some kind of consensus on a bill to extend by three years the Export-Import Bank's authority to operate, with a cap of $140 billion. The House is expected to vote on the bill this week. It had been held up over concerns that foreign airlines were using Ex-Im financing to buy Boeing widebody jets that gave them an advantage against U.S. air carriers, most notably Delta Air Lines, which along with the trade group Airlines for ...
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