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EXIM offers a variety of resources to guide U.S. companies in their efforts to expand sales overseas. In addition to materials provided by the experts at EXIM the menu below includes publications and videos loaded with insights furnished by current U.S. exporters. Your questions were once their questions, and their solutions could soon be your solutions.

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September 01, 2020

Understanding the Risks Covered by Export Credit Insurance

Gaining international customers is a major milestone for many small U.S. businesses but the transaction process can involve many moving parts, adding complexity and uncertainty. Fortunately, the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (EXIM) offers export credit insurance which protects U.S. exporters against foreign buyer nonpayment due to political and commercial risks. What exactly are these risks and what happens to an insured exporter’s claim if one were to occur?

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Expert Articles, White Papers, and Publications

The Export-Import Bank has a variety of flexible products that are designed to meet your specific needs. While we are most interested in making recommendations for your business by getting the details of your needs directly, you may be interested in learning more about what we can do for you, or seeing how we have worked with other companies to position them for success. Our financing experts will be happy to talk when you’re ready.

  • Export Finance Solutions | EXIM Bank Blog

    The EXIM Bank Blog offers industry insights on a variety of subjects that are pertinent to the American Exporter community.

  • White Papers

    EXIM experts have developed a number of in depth publications that get into the details of trade finance and how EXIM operates in this area.

  • Brochures

    Short flyers, fact sheets, and brochures are available to provide contextual information on our services and products, as well as provide a friendlier format for printing.


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DemeTECH, a Florida manufacturer of surgical sutures and blades, expanded its business into more than 100 countries and grew revenue by over 400 percent. Today, 80 percent of its revenue comes from exports to international markets in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Australia.