8/13/2010

U.S. airlines are opposing increased export subsidies for aircraft by some governments, including the U.S. Import-Export Bank. "The explosive growth of export-credit financing in recent years is distorting competition among airlines worldwide and harming U.S. airlines in particular," said ATA President and CEO James May. Government support led to about $20 billion in jet sales worldwide last year, this article reports.

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