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November 16-18, 2014
ICTF's Annual Global Trade Symposium
The Ritz-Carlton, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
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Eximbank Deserves More Than a Short-Term Reprieve - November 2014

The future of the US Export-Import Bank remains under a cloud because the charter of this venerable, if modest, institution, which normally is renewed for several years at a time, has now been extended only to June 30 next year. This was not exactly surprising. When our lawmakers on Capitol Hill face a potentially divisive issue, they almost invariably put off the decision as long as they possibly can, and then, with a dramatically heightened sense of urgency, reach for a compromise that does nothing more than kick the can down the road for a bit.

The problem is that, while this decision was pending, the uncertainty surrounding the institution's future was already hurting US exporters worried whether they should enter into new overseas sales arrangements without knowing whether Exim would be around for much longer. Should Congress now decide not to re-authorize it eight months from now, the agency would become unable to back new financing and would have to wind down its loan portfolio. The uncertainty persists, in other words, and continues to do damage to US exports. READ MORE>>

 

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