Export-Import Bank of the United States

Learn more about the Export-Import Bank and how it facilitates investment in the United States

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The Export-Import Bank (EXIM) is an independent federal agency that fills gaps in private trade finance in order to bolster U.S. job growth at no cost to American taxpayers.


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Mission: To create and support American jobs by facilitating the export of U.S. goods and services

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Regional Export Promotion Program
The Regional Export Promotion Program (REPP) brings state, county, and local nonprofit economic development entities together with EXIM in partnership designed to expand export opportunities. These entities have the local market knowledge and the ability to personally reach companies selling internationally. Meanwhile, EXIM offers trade finance products and expertise specifically tailored to support U.S.-based companies selling internationally.

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EXIM provides trade financing solutions – including export credit insurance, working capital guarantees, and guarantees of commercial loans to foreign buyers – to empower international sales of U.S. goods and services.