Last quote by Molly Day
Ex-Im Bank is critical to small- and mid-sized exporters. The prospect of getting financing as an average small business is very difficult and exponentially more so when you're dealing with foreign buyers as an exporter. Ex-Im Bank fills a financing gap that enables small exporting firms to sell internationally, and ought to be strongly supported in any plan to bolster American competitiveness.
Mar 03 2017
Find all of Molly Day’s quotes that have been published in 4 different articles on this page. Molly Day’s quotes are organized by date and topic, making it easy for you to compare, for example, what Molly Day has said both recently, and in the past, on a variety of topics. Some of the topics Molly Day likes to comment on include Clinton and platform. Most recently, Molly Day said, “The employer mandate is something we are really curious about–where that lies. We are also curious how they will address costs. We were happy to hear him mention HSAs but in general would like more detail.”.
Quotes by Molly Day
Mar 01 2017
The employer mandate is something we are really curious about–where that lies. We are also curious how they will address costs. We were happy to hear him mention HSAs but in general would like more detail.
Feb 17 2017
A lot of this depends on what happens in Congress. We are probably looking at the later half of the year [in terms of job growth] especially with health-care reform, we really have no idea what the 'replace' piece of 'repeal and replace' will be – that is a big part of hiring when you look at costs.
Feb 17 2017
Partisan gridlock is something our members want them to work on today, and it was the same two and three years ago as well. It's about the whole system not working the way it should. The economy has been on a slow upward pace over the past few years, the stock market is rallying and the administration is focused on regulatory reform and restraint – people think things may be better soon in terms of running their business.
Sep 13 2016
There's a lack of detail in these platforms – even from Secretary Clinton who has put out a fuller small business platform in recent weeks. For small businesses, it's all a numbers game, and details matter.