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Volume 16, Issue 12

December 2017

  • Inside EDC one of Canada's most secretive agencies
  • Banks criticised for funding coal deals despite Paris agreement
  • Pipeline developer sues social movements
  • The UK arms trade with repressive regimes has no moral or economic sense
  • Turkey to Acquire Four Russian S-400 Missile Divisions with ECA support
  • Lenders jostle for mega PNG LNG financing deal
  • Africa – a new frontier for Floating LNG projects
  • Senate Panel Rejects Trump's Nominee to Lead Export-Import Bank
  • Former Ex-Im Bank Director under investigation for undisclosed foreign agent contract
  • Indonesia - Dirty man of Asia deepens addiction to coal
  • UKEF lines up new delegated supply chain finance (SCF) guarantees
  • An African corridor to prosperity [and coal fired global warming!]
  • Sinopec Signs $1b Iranian Abadan Refinery Expansion Deal
  • Kuwait Seals US$6.245bn ECA-Backed Corporate Transaction

November 2017

  • Brussels Seminar December 4: Transparency and due diligence at Europe’s ECAs
  • OECD, It’s Time for Export Credit Agencies to Stop Funding Fossil Fuels
  • Too Coal-Hearted: Japan and Korea’s Support for Dirty Energy
  • Japanese Groups Strongly Object to JBIC Premature Loan Disbursement, Ingoring Upcoming Community Lawsuit
  • Japanese banks & JIBC back coal links between Japan & Africa
  • May Vies With Trump for Aramco Listing with ECA support
  • Airbus braces for a difficult landing after corruption allegations
  • Great Barrier Reef Pitted Against Coal Jobs in Australia Vote
  • ECAs are stepping up their SME support initiatives.