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US House Votes to Revive Export-Import Bank

The U.S. House of Representatives moved toward reviving the Export-Import Bank, by voting to renew the embattled institution's funding as part of a five-year federal transportation spending measure. The bill, approved by a 359-65 vote, now goes to the Senate where it is is expected to pass before federal road spending runs out on Friday. President Barack Obama has said he intends to sign the bill. Republicans allowed the charter of the export finance agency to expire over the...

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