The aerospace industry has held its breath since last year’s presidential race, when candidate Donald Trump dismissed the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im) as “unnecessary.” At the time, he was siding with conservative Republicans who were restricting its operations as they complained the export credit assistance agency was a form of corporate welfare. But that was then. These days, President Trump is spending more time with major beneficiaries of the bank—the chiefs of ...

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