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Lawmakers Urge Boeing Not To Sell Aircraft To Iran

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Don’t Make a Deal Iran may be an attractive market for commercial aircraft now that economic sanctions on Tehran have been lifted, but for Boeing, selling into that market carries political risk. Boeing, headquartered in Chicago, and marketed as a U.S. company, is under fire from home-state Republican Reps. Peter Roskam, Robert Dold and Randy Hultgren for opening preliminary talks with Iran about the sale of airliners. “Iran is still the world’s leading state sponsor of ... (aviationweek.com) More...

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Highflyer1950
Highflyer1950 5
Probably don't have to worry about Boeing, there will be a flood of aircraft brokers banging on their doors with plenty of used stuff to go around and plenty of dough to to be made.
yr2012
matt jensen 3
US govt lifted the sanctions and unfroze their bank accounts. Let capitalism reign supreme.
aussieairparts
Ray Thompson 1
Secondhand aircraft - Good point ???
AlanBDahl
Alan Dahl 1
Our lawmakers are probably getting campaign contributions from Airbus. Boeing should be free to compete now that the sanctions have been lifted.
redrattler47
Ian Deans 0
What a stupid statement.

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