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He thinks the bank is "corporate welfare." She thinks that "makes absolutely no sense."
Lawmakers will vote on whether to reauthorize the trade lending agency later Monday or Tuesday.
Democrats and centrist Republicans pulled together to force a House vote.
Powerful Republican is criticized for killing jobs in his home state as an affiliated PAC solicits donations.
"I guarantee you this is not how China, Germany, other big powerful countries around the world handle their infrastructure."
For more than 80 years, the Export-Import Bank of the United States has played a central role in facilitating market access for U.S. firms and for providing a fixed price on the uncertainty and credit risk of international trade.
News that the U.S. economy grew at an anemic 0.2 percent (GDP) during the first quarter of 2015 should trigger a reaction by policymakers in Washington.
In October 2013, the Treasury Department announced that it would stop providing funding for conventional coal plants abroad
While Japan and Ex-Im are considering pouring even more money into a coal industry that's on its last legs, all the signs show the smart money is going toward renewables. That's something to be thankful for.
This August a select number of Congressional offices working on international issues received an email from Advanced Energy for Life, a new PR entity extolling energy from coal. We, along with the Congressional staffers who told us about the mailing, gulped in amazement.