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What is the Export-Import Bank of the United States? How does it assist U.S. exporters?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The meaning of export import banks of U.S and assistance it provides to U.S exporters.

Introduction: The Export Import Bank is government or partially government organizations that guarantee the security and development of a nation's exterior trades.

Explanation

The meaning of export import banks of U.S and assistance it provides to U.S exporters are as follows:

The Export Import Bank stretches out and ensures cred...

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