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Volume 16, Issue 1

January 2017

  • OECD debates allowing some private sector ECA support to be called development assistance
  • Australia's export credit agency could fund offshoring of jobs
  • No Amendment to Efic Act without Meaningful Reform
  • France launches new ECA: Bpifrance replaces Coface
  • China's Sinosure Opens $1.3b Credit Line for Iranian Refinery
  • Sace and Intesa back Russian Yamal LNG
  • SACE & SIMEST (CDP Group) with BNP Paribas for $519 M North Sea Link Project
  • Without Ex-Im support, GE still plans to cut 350 jobs in Waukesha
  • UKEF signs first loan deal in Africa for Ghana GE energy project
  • Chad concludes membership procedure of Afreximbank

December 2016

  • ECAs fuel Mozambique LNG project amid IMF caution
  • China's Belt and Road Initiative and Ex-Im Chin
  • Indonesian Batang Villagers file objection against JBIC coal-fired power project
  • Hungarian & Canadian ECAs to co-finance Indonesia's GE gas power project
  • Potential Export-Import Bank deals pose grave environmental threat, experts say
  • Ex-Im Bank Critics, Supporters Look to Donald Trump for Help
  • Boeing CEO urges Trump to keep Ex-Im Bank or risk losing foreign sales
  • Trends in OECD Arrangement official export credits (2005-2014)
  • Dubai Working with HSBC on $7-B Bank & ECA Financing for Expo 2020
  • Ukraine's Rada approves creation of export-credit agency
  • Ex-Im’s satellite-lending lapse didn’t stop Israel’s Spacecom from buying American
  • JIBC/NEXI to support new loan scheme for Russia
  • Opportunity knocks for Scottish exporters as sterling tumbles
  • Germany’s Hermes in Iran