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Ex-Im Financing Sought for Exports of Aircraft to Korea, Turkey and Vietnam

Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

The Export-Import Bank of the United States has received applications for final commitments for long-term loans or financial guarantees to support the export of (a) U.S.-manufactured Boeing 747 passenger and cargo aircraft and B777 cargo aircraft to Korea, where they will be used by Korean Air Lines Co. Ltd. for the transportation of passengers and air cargo between Korea and other countries; (b) U.S.-manufactured Boeing 737 and Boeing 777 aircraft and CF6 and GE90 engines to Turkey, where they will be used for passenger air service between Turkey and other countries; (c) U.S.-manufactured Boeing 777 aircraft to Turkey, where they will be used for passenger air service between Turkey and other countries; and (d) U.S.-manufactured Boeing 787 aircraft to Vietnam, where they will be used by Vietnam Airlines for international passenger air service to and from Vietnam. Comments on these applications are due no later than Jan. 24.

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