Boeing’s Non-U.S. Customers Subsidized: Delta Wants Bank Support Cut

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Boeing and Delta are at odds over a federal export-import institution. The 80-year old trade agreement, which could soon come to an end, essentially provides guaranteed loans and other incentives to foreign buyers in order to help U.S. companies sell their products. Read on to learn how Delta is fighting back and why Boeing may not budge.

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