Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank of the United States: hearing before the Subcommittee on International Trade and Finance of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session on ensuring that EX-IM Bank has the resources to enable it to fulfill the statutory mandate for U.S. exporters both small and large to provide financing terms and conditions competitive with those offered by foreign export credit agencies, June 19, 2001, Volume 4
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TUESDAY JUNE 19
John B Taylor Under Secretary International Affairs U S Department
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Aid War Chest analysis assessment Benxi Berne Union buyer Chairman Robson Chairman Sarbanes CHUCK HAGEL commercial banks Committee competitive Congress decision developing ECA's effect efforts environmental EVAN BAYH Ex-Im Board export credit agencies export credit demand export financing export subsidies export transactions Export-Import Bank exporting community fees fiscal year 2002 follow-on foreign export going hearing human rights important issue John Robson John Taylor loan look forward market windows ment MIKE CRAPO million Nebraska negotiations OECD Arrangement OECD rules percent playing field private sector procedures program budget resources projects proposed question reauthorization risk role Secretary Senator Bayh Senator Corzine Senator Dodd Senator Hagel Senator Miller Senator Sarbanes September 30 significant small business exporters sub-Saharan Africa Subcommittee testimony Thank Tied Aid Credit tied aid rules tion trade distortions Treasury U.S. exporters U.S. Government untied aid ZELL MILLER