US ExIm Bank outlines reform favoring satellite constellations, but asks New Space to scrap the TAM slides

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — The U.S. Export-Import Bank (ExIm), now armed with more-liberal criteria for backing U.S. space projects, expects its space-infrastructure portfolio of loans to grow as interest rates rise and public capital moves to less-risky investments.

The new ExIm policies of special interest to space technology companies include Make More in America and the China and Transformational Exports Program (CTEP).

Perhaps the most striking new policy is that a U.S. company planning a constellation of satellites can . . .

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