The Export-Import Bank

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“The Ex-Im debate comes down to this: if the Bank is not reauthorized, people are going to lose their jobs and manufacturers will be hurt. Those who oppose the Ex-Im Bank are willing to cede manufacturing jobs in America to foreign competitors.”

– NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons in a statement released on May 6, 2015 

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The U.S. Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im) is a vital tool to help grow U.S. exports and increase American jobs. As the official export credit agency of the United States, Ex-Im Bank assists in financing U.S. exports from thousands of American companies and bolsters our global competitiveness. In fact, nearly 90 percent of Export-Import Bank's transactions directly support U.S. small business. Ex-Im Bank operates at no cost to the taxpayer, and it has a track record of generating a profit for the government. In 2014, the Ex-Im Bank supported $27.5 billion of U.S. exports.

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The NAM serves as co-chair of the Exporters for Ex-Im Coalition, which represents small, medium and large Ex-Im Bank users across the country.


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