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US EXIM Program on China and Transformational Exports: Boosting American Competitiveness in Central Asia and Globally
Greetings from Partner-Organizations
Marlene Laruelle, Director, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IERES)
Director, Central Asia Program, The George Washington University

Dusan Marinkovic, Sr. International Trade Specialist, U.S. Commercial Service – No. VA & Washington, DC, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration

Welcome
Flin Hyre, Government Affairs, CNH Industrial

Official Remarks
Matthew Edwards, Director, Office of Russia, Ukraine & Eurasia, Global Markets Unit,
U.S. Department of Commerce (invited)

Presentation
Travis M. Thul, White House Fellow, Export-Import Bank of the United States

Commentary
Charles Barnett, Vice President, Program on China and Transformational Exports, Export-Import Bank of the United States
Andrew Rollo, Vice President, Program on China and Transformational Exports, Export-Import Bank of the United States

Moderator
Claude Fontheim, CEO of Fontheim International, LLC, and Chairman of civil society organizations GlobalWorks Foundation and GoodWeave International

Please join our discussion on how the program can help boosts American competitiveness in Central Asia and globally. As per the EXIM’s historic seven-year reauthorization (P.L. 116-94), signed into law December 20, 2019, a new “Program on China and Transformational Exports” was established to "...support the extension of loans, guarantees, and insurance, at rates and on terms and other conditions, to the extent practicable, that are fully competitive with rates, terms, and other conditions established by the People’s Republic of China or by other covered countries (as designated by the Secretary of the Treasury). The law charges EXIM with a goal of reserving not less than 20 percent of the agency’s total financing authority (i.e., $27 billion out of a total of $135 billion) for support made pursuant to the program."

Apr 7, 2021 08:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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