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US Congress Squabbles Over Exports, Ice Cream & Airplane Sales


A controversial government agency intended to boost U.S. exports and jobs could go out of business at the end of June unless Congress takes action. The Export-Import bank is supposed to help foreign companies buy U.S. exports by providing financing, insurance or technical assistance. But conservative Republicans and a major airline say Ex-Im does more harm than good. VOA’s Jim Randle reports.

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