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Volume 16, Issue 4

April 2017

  • Brazil will offer export credit-line for defence products
  • Iran, Portugal ECAs Sign Cooperation Deal
  • Don't fund South African coal mine, activists plead with Australian export credit agency
  • In policy reversal Trump names new Ex-Im president

March 2017

  • 280 CSOs from 47 Countries Call on Japanese Government to Reject Support for Indonesian Coal Plants
  • France Joins UK in Airbus Fraud Investigation
  • EC publishes Annual Activity Report on Export Credits
  • Ex-Im Bank Critics Are Undermining Trump's Trade Strategy
  • S. Korean & Chinese ECAs to support hydroelectric dams in Iran
  • Norway export credit institute sees Iran trade opportunity
  • Export credit funds to finance Adani's Australian coal mine project
  • Law firm helps secure Norwegian ECA US$100m facility for massive Australian offshore oil project
  • Uganda: UK Doubles Export Funding to Uganda
  • UK commits US$1.2 billion for funding development projects in Peru
  • Islamic Development Bank sets out roadmap to promote Arab-African trade
  • Export credit to boost Middle East lending
  • Botswana hosts global credit insurance conference
  • South Sudan officially joins Afrexibank
  • Saab & BAE Systems table export credit for Malaysia fighter bid
  • World Bank Project Aims to Help Mongolia Access Export Credits

February 2017

  • Japanese ECA finances Indonesian coal plant despite widespread opposition
  • Canadian ECA supports Canadian software exports to stifle dissent in Bahrain
  • Swedish credit lines for Iran
  • Boeing *loves* the Export-Import Bank, but Boeing doesn't *need* the Export-Import Bank
  • Trump’s Mixed Signals on Export-Import Bank Leave Door Open for Conservatives
  • US Ex-Im has provided $315m to supplier of mines accused of slave labor
  • Afreximbank commits $90bn to boost African trade
  • Fitch affirms SACE rating at 'A-' with outlook negative