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CEE Commentary

The Coalition for Employment through Exports (CEE) responds to conservative attacks upon the critical role that Ex-Im Bank plays in supporting exports and U.S. jobs.

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Exporter Profiles

Small businesses and mid-market companies depend on Ex-Im Bank financing programs to enable them to expand, create and support more U.S. jobs.

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ECA Competition

Export Credit Agencies (ECAs) facilitate and support a country’s exports. As competitor ECAs become larger, more proactive and aggressive, U.S. companies lose out.

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Shutdown Impact

If the Ex-Im Bank is not reauthorized, hundreds of thousands of jobs will be lost and U.S. companies will seek more supportive business climates abroad.

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Voices for Ex-Im & News

Small Business Voices for Ex-Im
Small and medium-sized businesses talk about the importance of the Export-Import Bank of the United States and how the Bank is an intrinsic part of their ability to export.

To hear the latest conversation, click on the audio link below or visit the Small Business Voices for Ex-Im page.

Small Business Voices from Indiana:
Draper, Inc. and PNC Bank

N.Y. Firms Need Export-Import Bank, Backers Say
Supporters of reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank say some New York businesses will have a tougher time growing sales overseas if Congress doesn’t vote to let the bank make new loans after September 30.

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Ohioans Benefit from Export-Import Bank
The Export-Import Bank provides important and unique benefits to businesses across the country, including dozens in central Ohio. With support from economic-development groups such as Columbus 2020 and lawmakers from both parties in Ohio and across the country, the federal agency deserves renewal.

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Ex-Im Bank’s current authorization is set to expire on September 30, 2014. If the Bank’s charter is not extended and its lending cap not increased, thousands of American jobs will be at risk.