Export Trading Company Act
Back to Finance Glossary | Previous PageThe Export Trading Company Act is a law passed by the U.S. Congress in 1982 that allows U.S. banks to make direct investments in export trading companies.
These investments help the banks' U.S. business customers to sell goods and services abroad.
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