Export-Import Bank: A Fiscal Policy Litmus Test

July 2, 2014

The Export-Import Bank is a federal agency that subsidizes the financing of U.S. exports, but the need for such a government agency has always been doubtful. Columnist Tim Carney explains why the arguments for keeping the bank don’t stand up to scrutiny.


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