Airbus and Boeing are working methodically to win U.S. licensing for airliner sales to Iran, industry sources and observers say, but increasingly they face a political deadline generated by the unknown November elections outcomes.   With a new presidential administration and session of Congress to begin in January, the OEMs are working meticulously but quickly to complete the necessary paperwork to earn export licenses. While many aerospace and defense sector participants expect ...

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