Ex-Im Bank

Loren Ipsum

The contributions the Export Import Bank of the United States (also known as Ex-Im Bank) makes to the U.S. economy are indispensable.  America’s commercial aerospace industry and other major industries rely heavily on the Ex-Im Bank to fill gaps in private export financing at no cost to the taxpayer.  The Bank supports $50 billion per year in U.S. manufacturing exports, returns billions of dollars to the U.S. Treasury through service fees and helps guarantee 250,000 private sector jobs.

To help offset the risks of foreign financing, the Ex-Im Bank provides businesses with the liquidity and confidence to accept…

Export Control Modernization

Export control modernization is a solid pillar of AIA’s strategy to build defense sales. To have modern export control regime in place it is necessary that items slated to be brought to the Commerce Control List are completed and that actions to be taken to address technologies unnecessarily remaining on the U.S. Munitions list. AIA is working with the government to identify defense trade priority partners and programs in line with our national security strategy to ensure synchronization between the views of industry and government in technology trends and developments to enhance advocacy for defense exports.
On January…