Background

The U.S. Export-Import Bank is the national export credit agency. Since 1932, the Ex-Im Bank has provided billions of dollars in export credit and insurance to U.S. manufacturers, and generated revenue for the U.S. Treasury.

Status

Congress is considering several nominations to restore a quorum to the Ex-Im Bank’s board of directors, which would empower the bank to once again make adequate loans to manufacturers seeking exports.

Position

AEM is advocating for the bank’s return to full operational status to help U.S. manufacturers export more of their products overseas.

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