The China and Transformational Exports Program (CTEP) is a mandate for EXIM to help U.S. exporters facing competition from the People's Republic of China (PRC) and ensure the U.S. continues to lead in the 10 Transformational Export Areas:
AI • Biotech • Biomedical • Wireless Communications • Quantum Computing • Renewable Energy, Storage, & Efficiency • Semiconductors • Fintech • Water Treatment & Sanitation • High Performance Computing
Are you facing People's Republic of China (PRC) backed competition? To support your company's bid against PRC competition, EXIM may be able to offer
- Reduced Fees
- Extended Repayment Tenors
- Exceptions from other EXIM policies
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- EXIM's full financing support is available for transactions with at least 51% U.S. content
- Transactions with less than 51% U.S. content must meet other criteria
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Estimate EXIM Support For Your Project
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This calculator is intended to illustrate the type of financing that may be available and does not guarantee the amount or availability of financing for a specific transaction.
EXIM will determine what constitutes U.S. content, eligible foreign content, ineligible foreign content and local cost.
* EXIM reserves the right to determine if a transaction undermines the intent of the charter mandate. To the extent a U.S. export may qualify as a Transformational Export primarily due to its end-use, it may not qualify if it is used in conjunction with a foreign supplier who directly competes with a U.S. supplier in a Transformational Export Area or would otherwise undermine U.S. competitiveness in a Transformational Export Area. If a transaction is determined not to qualify as a Transformational Export, it may still qualify as a 402(A) direct China competition transaction.