Mideast carriers return fire in export credit spat with their European and U.S. rivals
Carriers around the Persian Gulf are angrily rejecting European and U.S. airlines’ complaints that they receive unfair export credit financing, and they are venting their frustration over the looming implementation of the European Union’s emissions trading scheme (ETS). There has been a growing chorus of opposition by EU flag carriers and U.S. airlines about the availability of cheap export credit financing to Airbus and Boeing customers outside the U.S. and the Airbus home nations, ...
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