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Export-Import Bank

(In Trade)
April 16, 2021

The measures had been set to expire on April 30.


(In Trade)
February 02, 2021

A senior official will serve as acting president and chairman of the board, while another board member’s term will be extended.


(In Trade)
January 19, 2021

The new guidelines were developed in consultation with the State and Treasury departments.


(Daily News)
December 28, 2020

The Export-Import Bank is increasingly instrumental to U.S. national security interests and its importance is expected to continue regardless of the looming change in administration, current and former bank officials told Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
December 18, 2020

The Export-Import Bank’s board of directors on Thursday voted to lower the content threshold for the financing of a specific set of high-tech sectors in an effort to increase U.S. industrial competitiveness against China.


(In Trade)
December 04, 2020

The advisory committee wants “to better level the playing field with our foreign allies and competitors within the OECD such as Japan and the United Kingdom.”


(In Trade)
November 24, 2020

Comments are due by Dec. 14.


(Daily News)
October 20, 2020

China’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday disputed U.S. Export-Import Bank President Kimberly Reed’s claims that Beijing’s export financing practices undermine fair and free market competition.


(Daily News)
September 14, 2020

Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY), eyeing larger and “more aggressive deals” under the Export-Import Bank’s novel China program, last week promoted new legislation he said would, in part, relax domestic content requirements for export financing in the high-tech industry.


(In Trade)
July 31, 2020

The bank this week held its final teleconference to inform an effort to boost U.S. competitiveness against China.


(Daily News)
July 20, 2020

Biomedical sciences industry executives told Export-Import Bank officials last week that the agency should rethink its U.S. content policy by factoring intellectual property and services into domestic content calculations.


(Daily News)
July 15, 2020

Space technology industry executives last week told Export-Import Bank officials the agency should review its treatment of risk in their sector to allow for more flexibility when deciding whether to provide financing.


(Daily News)
May 15, 2020

The Export-Import Bank is seeking industry input on how it might change its U.S. content requirement for the technology sector so companies can receive more financing and be more competitive against China, agency officials said on Thursday.


(Daily News)
May 08, 2020

Renewable energy companies want the Export-Import Bank to broaden the agency’s U.S. content requirements so more of their contracts can qualify for financing and companies can better compete with China, industry representatives said during a bank teleconference this week.


(In Trade)
May 07, 2020

The “Strengthening American Competitiveness” push will begin with a series of teleconferences featuring U.S. businesses; the first is set for Thursday.


(In Trade)
May 06, 2020

The bank called the effort “one of the most significant programs in EXIM’s 86-year history.”


(Daily News)
March 26, 2020

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Thursday called the Export-Import Bank more important than ever as the agency roll outs initiatives to help U.S. companies respond to the coronavirus pandemic.


(Daily News)
March 23, 2020

The economic downturn already underway as the world struggles to fight the coronavirus pandemic will engender a sharp contraction of U.S. and global trade flows that economists say could be mitigated -- somewhat -- by aggressive stimulus measures.


(In Trade)
March 13, 2020

“We want all our customers -- especially those U.S. exporters who are small business owners -- and their lenders to be able to look out for their employees and businesses without worrying about meeting EXIM’s deadline.”


(Daily News)
December 17, 2019

The House on Tuesday passed a government spending bill that would reauthorize the Export-Import Bank for seven years, create a program to boost U.S. competitiveness against China and allow presidential Cabinet members to step in and serve on the bank’s board temporarily at times when it would otherwise lack a quorum.


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