Congress fights over future of export bank

May 4, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Miami Herald

Since the Export-Import Bank was founded in 1934, Congress has methodically renewed its charter two-dozen times with little or no controversy, attesting to the independent federal agency's low-key, generally well-regarded mission of helping finance American companies' overseas sales.

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The people? The OKLA? Originally only women were able to vote for their chief....

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1933 the bomb hit the Morgan bank....

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