Export-Import Bank Chairman Martin Kamarck, defending the bank against charges of "corporate welfare," and "interference in the market place," said yesterday at Ex-Im Bank's annual conference in Washington that U.S. companies "time after time, deal after deal...face not just bruising competition on market factors, or price, quality, service, but also official, foreign government-sponsored financing support. Almost always that support is backed by proportionately greater resources than the ...
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