The expiration of the Export-Import Bank is having ripple effects in Southern California. Boeing Co. has announced it will lay off possibly several hundred employees at its El Segundo satellite factory after a client canceled an order for an electric-powered satellite because it couldn’t get financing through the bank, the Los Angeles Times reports. The bank’s charter expired July 30, but some in Congress still hope to revive it.

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