Anew financing structure supported by the Export-Import Bank of the United States is expected to allow Boeing commercial aircraft to compete more favorably against Airbus jets in future sales campaigns outside the U.S. The arrangement is called ``Stretched Overall Amortization and Repayment Structure,'' or SOAR, which allows a carrier to stretch out its average payments over a longer period of time and makes it easier to finance new aircraft. It recently was employed for the first ...
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