Skip to comments.US Loans $28.6 Million to Wind Farm In Honduras
Posted on 03/14/2013 9:46:16 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
(CNSNews.com) - The federally chartered Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) has approved a $28.6 million direct loan to a high-tech wind power company in the Central American country of Honduras. The loan will enable 200 workers in six U.S. states to assemble 12 high-tech wind turbines for export. The cost of those jobs works out to $143,000 per job created.
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There is no money to plow Yellowstone park roads...to allow citizens to tour the White House...to...
Where bare the tar and feathers?
This is good because now those kids who want to visit the White House can be divert to this tropical paradise.
Dont forget no $$$ to dredge the intercoastal waterway (aka ‘silt ditch’) either!
man, I have a working methane gas producer right in my ass.
Wonder if obammy or his minions will loan me a few million to help work its wonders???
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