Research


Mar 18, 2015

The Export-Import Bank Is A $2 Billion Loss For Taxpayers—At Least

According to Ex-Im’s accountants, the bank makes a lot of money for taxpayers. According to the CBO, it should get better accountants. The Congressional Budget Office found that Ex-Im…

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Mar 18, 2015

The Export-Import Bank Supports Less Than Two Percent Of U.S. Exports

The Export-Import Bank supports less than two percent of the U.S. export industry. That means more than 98 percent of our nation’s export industry succeeds without Ex-Im subsidies…

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Mar 18, 2015

The Export-Import Bank Doesn’t Counter Foreign Competition—It Subsidizes It

One of the main justifications for the Export-Import Bank is that it helps to counter the adverse effects of foreign nations’ export programs. However, Ex-Im uses a very small portion…

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Mar 18, 2015

The Export-Import Bank Overwhelmingly Benefits Well-Connected Corporations

The Export-Import Bank’s biggest beneficiaries are some of the largest and most well-connected corporations in the country. They receive billions of dollars in subsidies from the bank every single…

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