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Volume 16, Issue 5

May 2017

  • Indonesian Community Reps File Cirebon Coal Plant Objections with JIBC
  • World Coal: IEA CCC Report - Global financing for coal power goes East
  • Turkey in 'final phase' of secretive Saudi arms export deal
  • N.J. critic of Export-Import Bank appointed to overhaul federal credit agency
  • Airbus tightens fraud controls
  • Iran in talks with UK export credit agency over jetliner export funding
  • China's Export Credit Agency Covering Iran Investment
  • Like spring weather, Delta’s positions on EXIM change quickly and dramatically
  • State Bank of India could fund Gautam Adani’s coal mine in Australia
  • Kenya’s stake in pan African ECA diluted
  • US Trade Finance for Cuba ‘Much Further Down the Road’ says Ex-Im Bank Officer

April 2017

  • In policy reversal Trump names new Ex-Im president
  • Don't fund South African coal mine, activists plead with Australian export credit agency
  • JBIC Must Immediately Review and Repeal its Loan Agreement for Illegal Indonesian Coal Project
  • German, Swedish, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Italian and French ECAs support Yamal LNG project
  • Brazil will offer export credit-line for defence products
  • Ex-Im Bank of India confirms $1.6bn loan for Rampal coal plant to bankroll Sundarbans destruction
  • EDC Signals Millions in New Loans for India with the Opening of Singapore Branch
  • Canada's EDC and UK UKEF eye Philippine growth and infrastructure
  • Alba secures $700m in export credit financing
  • Iran, Portugal ECAs Sign Cooperation Deal