The Ex-Im Bank plays a key role in the implementation of the President's National Export Initiative to double U.S. exports in five years and create two million new jobs. During Hochberg's tenure, the Bank has focused on opening new markets for U.S. goods and services in emerging economies with infrastructure needs, including Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Turkey, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Nigeria and South Africa. Hochberg has also worked to increase the global footprint of key domestic industries in which U.S. exporters have a comparative advantage, such as renewable energy, industrial machinery, medical technology and agriculture.
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