2 Legislative History of Export-Import Bank Act Amendments of 1986 P.L. 99-472 1 (1986)

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EXPORT-IMPORT BANK ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1986
P.L. 99-472                              100 Stat. 1200
October 15, 1986
NOTE
Bold typeface is used to add emphasis to the primary
bills of P.L. 99-472, H.R. 4510 and H.R. 5548.
ENACTED BILL
99th Congress:
17) H.R. 5548, the Export-Import Bank Act Amendments of
1986, as introduced by Mr. Neal and referred to the
House Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs
Committee, 99th Congress, September 18, 1986.
18) H.R. 5548 as passed the House, received in the
Senate, an referred to the Senate Banking, Housing,
and Urban Affairs Committee, September 22, 1986.
19) H.R. 5548 as ordered placed on the Senate Calendar,
September 23, 1986.
RELATED HOUSE BILLS
99th Congress:
20) H.Con. Res. 76, a resolution expressing the Sense
of the Congress that the Export-Import Bank should
continue to provide preliminary and advanced
commitment for loans which may require approval on
or after October 1, 1985, in keeping with the
Bank's mandate, unless and until the Congress of
the United States changes that policy or directs
the Bank to alter its programs, as submitted by Mr.
Neal and referred to the House Banking, Finance,
and Urban Affairs Committee, 99th Congress, March
5, 1985.
21) H.Con. Res. 316, a resolution relating to predatory
tied aid credits, as submitted by Mr. Neal and
referred to the House Banking, Finance, and Urban
Affairs Committee, 99th Congress, April 10, 1986.

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