We’ve talked quite a bit in Investor Briefabout investors trying to identify where the growth is and how, in many cases, the most explosive growth is outside the United States.
It’s not just investors who are studying this question. President Obama, as part of his effort to create jobs, has set the goal of doubling the amount of U.S. exports over the next five years.
If this goal is to be met, one of the people who will be most responsible will be Fred Hochberg, Chairman and President of the Export-Import Bank of the United States. The bank helps businesses export to foreign markets.
I recently interviewed Fred and thought he had a lot of interesting and important points to offer. For instance: