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The Export-Import Bank Doesn't Make America Great

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The Trump administration is attempting to revive the Export-Import Bank's capacity to finance deals over ten million dollars. While the administration may claim that this move will boost American trade, the reality is that the Export-Import Bank will not, and cannot, benefit the United States economy. Veronique de Rugy and Diane Katz explain why in Investor's Business Daily. Read more: The Export-Import Bank Doesn't Make America Great

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The Trump administration is attempting to revive the Export-Import Bank's capacity to finance deals over ten million dollars. While the administration may claim that this move will boost American trade, the reality is that the Export-Import Bank will not, and cannot, benefit the United States economy. Veronique de Rugy and Diane Katz explain why in Investor's Business Daily.

Read more: The Export-Import Bank Doesn't Make America Great

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