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Export-Import Bank: Monitoring of Dual-Use Exports Should Be Improved
Kimberly Gianopoulos (au)
Since 1994, the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (Ex-Im) has had the authority to facilitate the financing of U.S. exports of defense articles and services, provided that it determines these items are nonlethal and primarily meant for civilian use. These šůždual-usešůĚ exports include aircraft that are used by foreign militaries mainly for humanitarian purposes. After a 9-year hiatus, Ex-Im financed three dual-use exports in FY 2012. These three transactions account for $1.03 billion, or just under 3% of Ex-Im's $35.8 billion financing for that year. This report (1) examines how Ex-Im has complied with its requirements for monitoring the end uses of the dual-use exports it financed in FY 2012 and (2) identifies what dual-use exports, if any, Ex-Im financed in FY 2013. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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