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Volume 17, Issue 3

March 2018

  • Bombardier-Gupta affair provokes timely public debate on accountability of EDC
  • Report finds major banks ramped up fossil fuel financing to $115 billion in 2017
  • Judge Demands Explanation in Pipeline Lawsuit
  • UKEF seeks new markets at Brexit looms
  • Hermes as a factor in German Turkish relations?
  • Turkish Bridge Attracts $2.8 Billion From Banks & KEXIM
  • Saudi Arabia’s use of ECA finance in Iraq is making Iran nervous
  • Australia moves up defence exporter list
  • Canadian business optimistic about potential in China: EDC
  • New ICC report confirms trade & export finance are not risky business
  • Banking on Energy: The Determinants of Export Credit Agency Energy Financing from China and Japan
  • Italy's SACE plans to back nearly $5bn in UAE projects

February 2018

  • ECAs go to Market
  • G20 Countries' Public Coal Financing Reaches 5 Year High
  • Vietnam Pulls Request for U.S. Ex-Im Help to Build a Coal-Fired Power Plant
  • Standard Chartered & ECAs ‘breaching climate policy’ with Vietnam coal plant investment
  • Attorney calls for sanctions against Energy Transfer Partners in Dakota Access pipeline suit
  • Airbus executives get swept away by a corruption investigation
  • BAE proposes UKEF financing to Malaysia for Typhoon jet deal
  • No job estimates on arms export plan
  • Western banks rush to gain deals on China's Belt and Road Initiative
  • U.S. Treasury official slams China's 'non-market behavior'
  • US leads the way on protectionism in 2017 with tarifs and export credit
  • Bipartisan group of House lawmakers urge action on Export-Import Bank nominees
  • U.S. urges help for Iraq, extends $3 billion Ex-Im credit line
  • South Africa joins Afreximbank as a shareholder
  • South Africa’s Guptas hid Bombardier jet, EDC says in court repossession efforts
  • Armenian NGO challenges controversial ECA supported gold mine
  • Brazil grants US$2 billion ECA credit line to Angola
  • Anadarko agrees Mozambique LNG sale, banks/ECAs discuss finance terms