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Export-Import Banknoun

uk   us   (also Eximbank, Ex-Im) BANKING, GOVERNMENT
a ​bank, often ​owned by the ​government, that ​providesloans and other ​financialservices to ​exportcompanies, especially the US Export-Import Bank: The US Export-Import Bank ​provided nearly two-thirds of its ​long-termloanguarantees over the last two ​years to a ​singlecorporateentity.
(Definition of Export-Import Bank from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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