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Volume 20, Issue 95

October 2021

  • Press Release: New website shines a light on the extent of export credit agencies’ support for fossil fuels

September 2021

  • U.S., Europe at OECD Seek to End Export Financing for Coal
  • New report reveals German government sabotages international energy transition
  • SACE and NEXI finance large carbon bomb vessel for Dutch SBM Offshore
  • UKEF is ‘exagerating’ the number of businesses helped
  • Aligning export finance to sustainable development goals
  • UKEF targets net zero emissions by 2050
  • Swedish ECA launches Green Guarantee to promote climate investments
  • ECAs and the Impact of Plastics on Human Rights
  • SACE says exports to return to pre-COVID levels this year
  • Exim India extends $100 mn loan to Africa Finance Corp for infra development
  • SACE backs Lima Metro Line 2
  • Saudi EXIM Bank signs a reinsurance agreement with ICIEC
  • Will ECAs support Afghan projects under the Taliban

August 2021

  • Lexology report: Export Credit Agencies and Insurers
  • How ECAs can catch up on climate action
  • Swedish ECAs establish scientific climate council to help align with Paris Agreements
  • Can China green the Belt and Road?
  • Chinese banks and ECAs stay silent on human rights allegations
  • Australian banks defend coal exit
  • Cost of Hoima-Tanga Pipeline Hits $5b As Risk Averse Supporters Walk Away
  • World Economic Forum warns global trade finance gap could reach $2.5 trillion by 2025
  • Experts Discuss Russia’s Weak Economic Presence in Africa
  • UKEF to forge closer trade ties with Central America
  • Middle East Oil Refinery (MIDOR) in Egypt to start partial operations this year
  • NEXIM: Promoting Social Inclusion With WAYEF
  • UKEF finances 6 hospitals in Ivory Coast