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Export-Import Bank of the United States

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

"The Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) is the official export credit agency of the United States. Ex-Im Bank's mission is to assist in financing the export of US goods and services to international markets. Ex-Im Bank enables US companies -- large and small -- to turn export opportunities into real sales that help to maintain and create US jobs and contribute to a stronger national economy."

Official Website:
http://www.exim.gov/

Location:
Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eduardo Aguirre
Diplomat
1946   US Ambassador to Spain
Robin Carnahan
Politician
4-Aug-1961   Missouri Secretary of State
Jackie M. Clegg
Business
c. 1965   Wife of Chris Dodd
Max Cleland
Politician
24-Aug-1942   US Senator from Georgia, 1997-2003
George Docking
Politician
23-Feb-1904 20-Jan-1964 Governor of Kansas, 1957-61
Glen E. Edgerton
Military
17-Apr-1887 1956 Canal Zone Governor, 1940-44
April H. Foley
Business
c. 1947   US Ambassador to Hungary, 2006-09
Jesse H. Jones
Government
5-Apr-1874 1-Jun-1956 US Secretary of Commerce, 1940-45
John Macomber
Business
13-Jan-1928   JDM Investment Group
William McChesney Martin
Economist
17-Dec-1906 29-Jul-1998 Federal Reserve Chairman, 1951-70
Philip Merrill
Publisher
28-Apr-1934 10-Jun-2006 Capital Gazette Communications
Robin R. Sanders
Diplomat
5-Jul-1955   US Ambassador to Nigeria
Anthony Scaramucci
Business
6-Jan-1964   Was almost White House Communications Director
Mark L. Shapiro
Business
c. 1944   Schroder & Co.


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