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About Export-Import Bank of China
No.30, Fu Xing Men Nei Street, Xi cheng District,
Hu Xiaolian |
|Annual report||Annual Report 2013|
The China Exim Bank is state owned.
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Voluntary initiativesExport-Import Bank of China has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
In 2008, China Eximbank played an active role in public welfare with focus on building a harmonious society and caring about people's livelihood. Acting with a high sense of social responsibility while fully exerting staff's enthusiasm and initiatives, the Bank actively participated in such social welfare activities as earthquake and disaster relief and poverty reduction. In January 2008, lingering low temperature and frost disaster hit most part of southern China and the eastern part of Northwest China. The Bank decided to donate RMB 1 million to disaster-hit areas, and called for the staff to participate in the donation themed "Love Melts the Snow and Kindness Warms the Heart". 753 employees at the head office donated RMB105,240, which was delivered to the disaster-hit areas through Chinese Red Cross Society.
EXIM Bank has effective utilization of on-lent loans from foreign governments and international financial institutions. Strengthened support for Taiwan-funded enterprises and strong support for service outsourcing and foreign agricultural cooperation. Active support to the internationalization of cultural industries.
The bank's main mandate is to facilitate the export and import of Chinese mechanical and electronical products, complete sets of equipment and new-and high-tech products, assist Chinese companies with comparative advantages in there offshore contract projects and outbound investments, and promote Sino-foreign relationships and international economic and trade cooperations.