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Obama Sends Positive Economic Message In Weekly Address

(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is calling on Congress to keep the economic momentum moving forward. In his weekly address, Obama highlighted the positive aspects of the economy, such as ten-million jobs being added over the past 53 months.
Still, the President said Congress needs to work to keep that momentum going by approving reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank. The banks helps businesses of all sizes get financing to take their product overseas.

President obama says exports are a vital part of the economy, and the U.S. is breaking new ground. Obama says the Export Import Bank plays a crucial role in keeping American exports strong. Obama is calling on Congress to approve the Import Export Bank's charter. Play Clip

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