October 28, 2015 0
US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday in favor of the renewal of the Charter of the Export-Import Bank but the bill path in the Senate remains unclear where is opposed by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
The House of Representatives approved by a majority of 313 against 118 votes to re-Export-Import Bank to carry out its activities in the provision of new loans and guarantees for US exports until the thirtieth of September 2019 with some reforms to restrict the previous irregularities.
But McConnell said yesterday that he does not plan to introduce the draft law for debate in the Senate, adding that supporters of the bank that they can try to inflict a bill to renew his project finance motorways.
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