U.S. Export-Import Bank Backers To Spend Recess Pushing For Renewal
As U.S. lawmakers headed home for the August recess, small-business owners, labor unions and other supporters of the Export-Import bank were preparing to spend the five-week break making their case to re-authorize the endangered lender. Ex-Im Bank’s backers want to make sure that when lawmakers return to their districts and hold town hall meetings, they will hear from constituents about businesses that depend on the bank. Ex-Im, which provides loans and other forms of credit to help U.S.
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