New Deal e origens do Eximbank

Thiago Marques Ribeiro

Resumo


O artigo tem por objetivo apresentar a formação do Export-Import Bank of Washington (Eximbank) no contexto histórico dos primeiros anos do governo Roosevelt e de como esse processo foi determinado pelo conflitos entre diferentes setores das classes dominantes norte-americanas sobre os rumos que seriam tomados o New Deal, especialmente no que diz respeito à política econômica exterior. O Eximbank é uma instituição com fortes relações com o capitalismo brasileiro, sendo a agência responsável por financiar importantes empreendimentos na sua história, como a construção da Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional (CSN), da Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD), entre outros.

Palavras-chave


New Deal; Eximbank; Relações Econômicas Exteriores

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