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Couldn't this be a stub? I don't know a thing much about the bank -- got here by creating the Philip Merrill page, but someone must. -Rbeas 7/5/05 7:50pm
I agree that it is a stub. While I don't know much about the Bank, I think there probably should be more here, and thier website has a lot of information. I`ll add the US-gov-stub template here, if no one objects.
I find this article confusing - I think those educated in economics are not aware of the insular nature of their terminology/jargon. Since the subject is an Export-Import Bank, we are dealing with American companies and non-American companies. In the export credit section the word "company" appears without an adjective telling me whether this would be an American company or a foreign company. Also this phrase is unclear "non-collection from foreign buyers" is unclear - non-collection of what? Non-collection of a loan by foreign buyers? But foreign buyers are the debtors. Canuckistani 18:19, 19 December 2008 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Canuckistani (talk • contribs)
I am a representative from the bank and we would like to update the page. We are interested in updating the general description of the bank, adding a historical section, products offered, support for the bank, office locations, and economic impact report policy. We are interested in receiving comments on our intentions prior to including our updates. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cgagne (talk • contribs) 18:52, 4 June 2013 (UTC)