The Export-Import Bank (EIB) is the official U.S. export credit agency. It operates under a renewable charter. EIB's most recent reauthorization was in 2006, when Congress extended the Bank's authority through FY 2011. Since its inception, EIB programs have supported more than $400 billion in U.S. exports. The Bank's charter expires on Sept. 30, 2011. Contents of this report: (1) Intro.; (2) Background: Overview of EIB; EIB's Role in Promoting U.S. Exports; EIB Stakeholders; International Export Credit Environment; (3) Issues for Congress; (4) Potential Options for Congress: Structure of EIB; Length of Reauthorization; EIB's Policies; Global Competitiveness Issues. This is a print on demand report.14 Officially subsidized export credit activity by emerging economies may increase in strategic markets, such as oil and gas, renewable energy, and natural resources extraction.15 For example, most of the terms and conditions of Chinaa#39;s ECAanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-10-01|