The government of Saudi Arabia, facing complications in talks with the U.S. Export-Import Bank, is exploring alternatives to financing up to $6 billion in commercial aircraft orders from Boeing and Douglas, according to Omar Bajamal, deputy general manager of the National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia. Speaking yesterday at an Air Finance conference in Dubai, Bajamal was quoted by Reuter as saying the complications arise from Saudi Arabia's refusal to offer a "sovereign guarantee" for ...
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