SOURCE: OBN Holdings, Inc.
LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwire – June 28, 2010) – OBN Holdings, Inc. (
“Acceptance into the Export Credit Guarantee Program will take Kyodo to a new level of exporting,” stated Roger Neal Smith, OBN Holdings President and CEO. “Being able to offer American-grown products to buyers worldwide under the program affords Kyodo USA the ability to aggressively enter into markets that would have normally taken years to develop.”
Through the USDA program, Kyodo USA expects to generate sales of $2 million during the first twelve months of operations and expand into three new territories.
About the GSM Program
The USDA Export Credit Guarantee Program provides credit guarantees to encourage financing of commercial exports of U.S. agricultural products, while providing competitive credit terms to buyers. By reducing financial risk to lenders, credit guarantees encourage exports to buyers in countries — mainly developing countries — that have sufficient financial strength to have foreign exchange available for scheduled payments.
About OBN Holdings
OBN Holdings is engaged in acquisition and subsequent development of businesses worldwide. The company has interests in a diverse number of industries, including entertainment, manufacturing, technology and business services. OBN is internationally diversified with offices and subsidiaries in the United States, Hong Kong and Japan. The company posted revenue of $18 million for its previous fiscal year.
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