Some economists say the next recession still is a few years off, but the Trump administration already is bolstering the U.S. aerospace industry ahead of the next downturn now that the U.S. Export-Import Bank is back in business. A bipartisan majority of senators on May 8 voted to confirm three nominees to the bank’s board of directors, providing the U.S. export credit agency (ECA) a quorum for the first time since 2015. The bank can now resume authorizing transactions greater than $10 ...


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