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.

Mr. Brody did not define the "significant U.S. input" required for his agency's involvement. The joint financing would be organized by the U.S. export finance agency and its Polish counterpart, Korporacja Ubezpieczen Kredytow Eksportowych.

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