The US Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) has been handed a nine-month reprieve as the US House of Representatives has agreed to extend the bank’s charter to complete outstanding spending. The bill will need to be passed by September 30 when Ex-Im Bank’s charter expires or else the government bank will be shut down. Boeing issued the following statement following House passage of the continuing resolution that temporarily reauthorizes the Ex-Im Bank: “Congress has left thousands of small, medium and large U.S. exporters and their workers in limbo until the middle of next year and this will likely negatively impact U.S.

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