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Boeing’s Signs $3 Billion Deal With Iran’s Aseman Airlines

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 6:41
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Boeing just signed a $3 billion deal with Iran’s Aseman Airlines to build and provide dozens of new 737 MAX airplanes.

And as Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch asks: “Would Boeing have signed a deal to sell commercial jetliners to Nazi Germany? Note also that the Islamic Republic of Iran is essentially getting these jetliners for free, courtesy of Barack Hussein Obama, who showered billions upon billions on Iran in his last months in office.”

Boeing is doing a business deal with an Iranian airline.

Good point.

And here are the basics, from the New York Times:

“The Boeing Company announced a tentative agreement … to sell up to 60 737s to an Iranian airline, a transaction valued at $6 billion that angered American critics of Iran and appeared likely to test the Trump administration’s avowed hostility toward that country.

“Boeing, a leading commercial aerospace company and a top American exporter, said in a statement that the agreement, which requires United States government approval, would create about 18,000 American jobs.

“The company’s agreement with Aseman Airlines, an Iranian carrier described as the nation’s third largest, is the first to be announced by any big American business with Iran since President Trump took office in January.”


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