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23 September 2013

Direct US Ex-Im loans for solar exports to Abengoa

Middle East & Africa
The Export-Import Bank of the United States (US Ex-Im) is to provide two direct loans totaling $33.6 million to the Spanish company Abengoa, to facilitate the export of US solar power related equipment. This latest solar export loan comes as part of the agency’s renewables energy drive.

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