EXIMBANK

AcronymDefinition
EXIMBANKExport-Import Bank of the United States
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To privatize its operations, Eximbank should sell its portfolio of loans, guarantees, and insurance on the open market.
The SBA and Eximbank also have a joint guarantee program for small business exporters and export trading companies.
The Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Viet Nam (Vietcombank) has said that it has decided to divest its 45.6 million shares in the Viet Nam Export-Import Joint Stock Commercial Bank (Eximbank), according to an online report.
The Uzbek National Bank has been cooperating with the Eximbank of China since 2004.
Of the total sum, the EximBank of Hungary and KazAgro allocate $4.7 million each, the Kazakhstani investor's co-financing will be $1 million.
Workers of Eximbank, Korea Development Bank and Industrial Bank of Korea then fought against this merit-based pay system through court injunctions.
From a credit line of $200 million, Korea Eximbank raised the amount to $700 million, allowing the two banks to provide greater financial muscle to Korean enterprises operating and expanding in the Philippines.
"Under the MoU, Gulf Bank will cooperate with Korea Eximbank to assist and support the Korean companies in bidding for projects in Kuwait by providing them with the financial and advisory support," said a media statement.
According to a statement released by Eximbank, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the sides last October, and the latest agreement is a follow-up to that agreement.
Turkey's state-owned export credit agency Eximbank will provide loans totaling $500 million to Tunisia in connection with efforts to support reconstruction studies in this country, Turkish Economy Minister Zafer EaAcaEaA-layan told reporters in Tripoli on Tuesday.
December 01 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish economy minister said Thursday that Turkish Eximbank would be turned into a sort of insurance company.