Ex-Im creates returns for U.S. taxpayers, expert says

The Export-Import Bank deserves reauthorization in part because it's adding revenue to the U.S. Treasury to the tune of $1 billion in fiscal 2013, Jim Nussle, former director of the Office of Management and Budget, writes in a letter to the editor. "Taxpayers will continue to see these returns, and U.S. companies, including thousands of small businesses, will continue to benefit from its financing -- if and only if the bank's charter is reauthorized in September," he writes.

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