Ex-Im In Your State

Ex-Im Bank financing supports companies and jobs in every state across the country. Learn more by finding your state here:

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Time Is Running Out

Without action from Congress, the Export-Import Bank’s charter will expire on June 30, 2015, putting U.S. businesses and jobs that depend on Ex-Im financing at risk. American workers and families cannot wait any longer for Congress to delay a decision on the Bank’s future.

Ex-Im Equals U.S. Jobs

Small Businesses Shine At
Ex-Im Annual Conference

Often lost in the fevered debate over reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank is what it means for small businesses. Fortunately, small businesses earned a lot of applause at this year’s Ex-Im Bank Annual Conference.

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Exporters for Ex-Im

A coalition of exporters who understands the Ex-Im Bank creates jobs and helps U.S. manufacturers compete overseas.

Ex-Im Impacts Your State

Picture: David Zrostlik, President of Stellar Industries, Inc. in Garner, IA

Countdown to Reauthorization Deadline

Ex-Im Coalition

Why the Bank Matters

Ex-Im directly supports thousands of jobs and has a major impact on manufacturing.

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Tell Congress we need a stable, long-term reauthorization of Ex-Im Bank. Jobs depend on it.

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Many jobs are directly supported by the Ex-Im Bank. Tell us how the bank impacts you.

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