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About Export-Import Bank of China
Established in 1994, the China Export-Import Bank (China Exim) is China's official export credit agency, providing export credits, guarantees, concessional loans and on-lending to mostly Chinese state-owned businesses and their trading partners. In 2007, China Exim Bank had more than ten business branches and domestic representative offices, three overseas representative offices in Johannesburg, Paris and St. Petersburg and had relationships with more than 300 banks worldwide.
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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