FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 1998
Ken Murphy (202) 565-3200
WASHINGTON, D.C.: WWW.EXIM.GOV, the official Web site of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, continues to receive citations for excellent content and user friendly navigation. The Dow Jones Business Directory, in a reevaluation of the site, said, Its Web site contains detailed, easy-to-read data for companies interested in doing business in dozens of countries. Ex-Im Bank recently revamped its site and is now offering exposure-fee tables free and without registering for the service.
Ex-Im Bank`s Web site is recognized for its high quality information, ease of use, and value to business customers and exporters. Dow Jones tells clients that they can receive applications and various program information, download tables or put the exposure fee calculator to good use - all online from this federal export credit agency.
There is a lot to see here, and most of it is quite good. The site is easy to navigate and we appreciate its crisp, clear graphics, the Dow Jones Business Directory said in its November 1998 updated report. We especially like the Programs section, which contain well-written descriptions of how various organizations can use the bank`s services.
Dow Jones reviewed thousands of business sites in many categories and selected www.exim.gov because we feel it provides exceptional value to our readers,Glenn Fannick, senior producer, Dow Jones Business Directory said. Dow Jones Business Directory provides an Internet link to the Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones News Wire, and other Dow Jones financial and business information publications and services.
Ex-Im Bank`s Web site has more than doubled the number hits it receives since last year with nearly 2,000 hits daily.
Ex-Im Bank is an independent federal government agency that promotes and assists in financing exports of U.S. goods and services to markets around the world. In fiscal year 1998, Ex-Im Bank`s financing helped to support $13 billion in U.S. exports.