Interest rates cut on US export loans

The United States cut its interest rates on export loans so that American companies can compete more effectively with foreign ones which benefit from government subsidies.

The Export-Import Bank announced that it was reducing US interest charges to the same level as those charged by most of the other major trading countries that belong to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

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