Kenya Airways Dreamliners stuck in US factory as Congress kills financing source

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Kenya Airways planes at JKIA in Nairobi. Two Boeing 787 Dreamliners ordered by Kenya Airways (KQ) have been put in a warehouse in the United States due to a political battle in Washington that has killed financing for the deal. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE | NATION MEDIA GROUP" width="640" height="391" srcset=" 640w, 573w, 1464w" sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px" /> tempo scadenza acquisti opz binario

optionen handeln kleine beträge binär option But the bank ceased operations at the end of June. Republicans in the US Congress blocked renewal of the bank’s charter on the grounds that its subsidies to major corporations such as Boeing amount to anti-competitive “crony capitalism.”

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KQ is reportedly working with Boeing to arrange new financing for the two Dreamliners through the Cairo-based African Export-Import Bank and a private company based in New York and Ireland that serves as a source of capital to the global aviation industry.

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The White House has meanwhile expressed hope that Congress can reach a deal to re-authorise the US Export-Import Bank when lawmakers return on September 8 from a summer recess.

Source: Daily Nation

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