WARSAW -- The Export-Import Bank of the United States may co-finance Polish exports to third countries if the exported goods have significant U.S. content, bank chairman Kenneth Brody said.

The joint financing to a third country would be "something we haven't done anywhere else in the world," Mr. Brody said at a news briefing. He said he discussed the outline of such a policy during a recent visit to Warsaw, and it could take shape by the end of September.

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