They may not be dead, but the Airbus and Boeing commercial aircraft deals struck this year with Iran likely will remain unresolved orders well into 2017 now that U.S. lawmakers have fired their first postelection salvo. On Nov. 17, the House of Representatives voted 243-174 to pass a bill that, if enacted, would block the Treasury Department from issuing certain trade licenses to finance aircraft sales to Iran. The vote comes nine days after Donald Trump was elected the next U.S. president, ...

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