General Electric wants to produce new turboprops for larger aircrafts, and trying to reach a new market. But because of the end of the Export-Import bank of United States, ended up by the Congress, General Eletrics, after many warnings, prefer to build its turboprop anywhere...outside of the United States. They are going to improve the current facilities of GE in Brasil and in Winnipeg, Canada, while they look for where they could build their turboprop in Europe. One place quoted was Czech republic, because this country already holds facilities for smaller aircrafts. GE says it is a non-competitive behavior from the Congress to give up EXIM because Pratt&Whitney, one major contestant against GE, have export-import credits from the Canadian government. However, some member of the Congress said this program was more helping "corporate welfare" than Americans as a whole. What do you think of this move, after the previous sell of parts of GE's Transportation in Europe? As well, is the end of EXIM legitimate or not?