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Volume 16, Issue 7

July 2017

  • G20 public finance for fossil fuels 'is four times more than renewables'
  • Russia's $70 Billion ‘Secret’ Export Credit Spending Lets Money Do the Talking
  • Is EDC complicit in support of foreseeable human rights violations?
  • White House under pressure to drop Export-Import Bank nominee
  • Global export credit falls amid US Exim wipeout
  • Turkey’s growing repression leads to review of German ECA guarantees
  • Eximbank of Korea to finance gas field development project in Mozambique
  • UK government signs deal with major banks and contractors to raise exports post-Brexit
  • SACE’s support for exports grows, reaches €7.8 billion in H1
  • Norway launches new ECA backing in push for diversity

June 2017

  • Report: Why and how the Dutch government must exclude credit support for fossil fuel
  • EDC’s response to alleged abuse in Colombian oilfields highlights deficits in due diligence
  • New database reveals world’s biggest coal plant developers
  • Kuwait Seals US$6.25bn Loan in Largest ECA-Backed Corporate Transaction Ever
  • Yamal LNG raises more financing with coverage by Swedish and German ECAs
  • Italy's Eni signs LNG deal in Mozambique with ECA support
  • EXIM Banks of India and Korea sign MOU for export credit of USD 9 billion
  • Boeing strikes deal with Italian export credit agency in lieu of Ex-Im Bank
  • Trump sends Export-Import Bank nominees to Senate
  • Iran ECA Finance Talks Making Headway
  • Madagascar is Afreximbank’s Newest Participating State