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Export-Import Bank

(Daily News)
September 19, 2019

The House on Thursday passed a continuing resolution including language that would reauthorize the Export-Import Bank until Nov. 21, which could buy the leaders of the House Financial Services Committee more time to negotiate a long-term reauthorization bill.


(Daily News)
September 16, 2019

Ex-Im Bank Advisory Committee Chairman Stevan Pearce last week decried the use of a continuing resolution as a vehicle for reauthorizing the bank’s charter -- an idea being floated by key lawmakers.


(Daily News)
September 11, 2019

Some key lawmakers are considering extending the Export-Import Bank’s charter by including reauthorization language in “must-pass” legislation, such as a continuing resolution to avoid a government shutdown, Senate Banking Committee members told Inside U.S. Trade on Tuesday.


(In Trade)
September 04, 2019

“There’s serious reform that I want to see at the Ex-Im Bank before I’m going to support reauthorization,” he said, adding he was prepared to work with the bank's president on those changes.


(Daily News)
July 25, 2019

Sens. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) on Thursday introduced a bill that would reauthorize the Export-Import Bank for 10 years.


(Daily News)
July 19, 2019

Sens. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) are crafting legislation to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank and hope to introduce a bill before the August congressional recess, Cramer told Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
June 27, 2019

The fight over the reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank promises to be just as contentious as it was the last time the bank's charter was due to expire, Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo (R-ID) told Inside U.S. Trade on Thursday.


(Daily News)
June 26, 2019

The chair of the House Financial Services Committee, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) on Wednesday postponed a markup of an Export-Import Bank reauthorization bill she is sponsoring along with ranking member Patrick McHenry (R-NC), after failing to win enough support.


(In Trade)
June 24, 2019

Under the proposal advanced by the committee chair and ranking member, the bank would be renamed the “United States Export Finance Agency,” its charter would be renewed for seven years and its lending authority would increase.


(Daily News)
June 06, 2019

Citing China's economic practices, industry group leaders this week called on lawmakers to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank and expand its authority.


(In Trade)
May 08, 2019

The votes will give the bank its first quorum in years.


(In Trade)
May 07, 2019

The Ex-Im Bank is up for reauthorization in September.


(In Trade)
May 02, 2019

It is unclear if Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) has released his holds on two of the nominations.


(In Trade)
April 30, 2019

Paul Shmotolokha “leads the international division for Alpha Technologies” and “has had overseas executive experience in other positions, as well,” the White House said.


(In Trade)
March 29, 2019

The Michigan Republican called the bank “a prime example of Washington’s addiction to political cronyism.”


(Daily News)
March 28, 2019

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Thursday called on Congress to end a “needless conundrum” facing the Export-Import Bank by confirming a quorum to the bank’s board.


(In Trade)
March 12, 2019

Claudia Slacik now awaits confirmation by the full Senate, along with Kimberly Reed, Trump’s pick to head the bank; Judith DelZoppo Pryor; and former Rep. Spencer Bachus.


(In Trade)
February 26, 2019

Kimberly Reed, Trump’s pick to head the bank, was approved by voice vote, as were Judith DelZoppo Pryor and Spencer Bachus. All three were previously approved by the panel but their nominations did not receive floor votes.


(In Trade)
February 22, 2019

All three have previously been approved by the panel.


(In Trade)
January 24, 2019

“Ex-Im isn’t just working with one hand tied behind its back. It’s more like it has one hand and two feet tied together, and the only thing it can do is hop around and try to help American exporters.”


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