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Volume 18, Issue 9

September 2019

  • EXIM finances massive LNG project that will cause climate chaos
  • UK Tory donor gets UKEF backing despite major fraud investigation
  • Paltry Climate Finance Provided and Mobilised by ECAs in 2013-17
  • $1.5 trillion global trade finance gap affecting SDG targets
  • 2017 Report to the U.S. Congress on Global Export Credit Competition
  • Export-Import Bank eyes expanded role with LNG sector
  • Will ECAs and Asian banks join the movement to decarbonise shipping
  • OeKB readies debut SRI bond
  • Iridium lands seven-year, $738.5 million Defense Department contract
  • Austrade and Export Finance Australia help defence companies go global
  • Afreximbank okays $500m for Nigerian manufacturers
  • Abu Dhabi's ADFD launches ECA
  • Iran's ECA Covers $1b Exports in 5 Months
  • India, Russia identify new prospects for ECA led cooperation

August 2019

  • Export Development Canada: Out from the shadows
  • Civil society groups call for an accountability mechanism for the Equator Principles
  • US Exim: A decade-long renewal or axe it entirely?
  • US Export-Import Bank Hopes to Finance US$5 B Mozambique LNG project
  • South Africa: European governments ‘must pay back the arms deal money’
  • Tiny Timor-Leste Needs Gas and China's All Too Eager to Help
  • Russian Export Center to support Belarus' export to third countries
  • Bauxite exports from Guinea to UAE begin with ECA support
  • KfW IPEX-Bank arranges €2.6bn financing for Dream Cruises newbuilds
  • China Everbright invites TDB to co-manage $1bn energy fund
  • Etihad Credit Insurance inks MoU with South Africa’s export credit agency
  • Iran's Private Firms Want Stronger Export Credit Agency
  • African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) signs MoUs with Japanese banks and NEXI