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EBRD forecasts strong economic growth in Central Asia and Caucasus despite challenges in Emerging Europe
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has recently unveiled its latest Regional Economic Prospects report. The report provides a comprehensive overview of economic trends across various regions for the year 2023, revealing a diverging pattern of growth.
Trade Finance Global, in collaboration with FCI, announces a forthcoming livestream, “Desert Dialogues: Pulse Check on Receivables Finance.”
The livestream is an integral part of FCI's 55th Annual Meeting in Marrakech.The annual meeting is a focal point in the industry calendar, covering a spectrum of topics from the launch of the UNIDROIT Factoring Model Law to the rise of receivables exchanges and marketplaces.
The increasing frequency, intensity, and unpredictability of climate crises have significant implications for the sustainability of sovereign debt due to the impacts on debtors’ repayment abilities.
For centuries, trade documentation has been a time-intensive and resource-demanding process, involving a multitude of stakeholders and a deluge of paperwork. Central to this process is the bill of lading, the most critical document in international trade.
HSBC today announced the launch of HSBC TradePay, an industry first, document free trade finance solution that enables clients to instantly drawdown trade loans and pay suppliers. HSBC TradePay is… read more →
After weeks of speculation, and a last-minute stalemate, the BRICS group of nations has extended an invite to six additional countries. The new countries are Argentina, Egypt, Iran, Ethiopia, Saudi… read more →
India’s central banking authority is encouraging domestic banks to advise their clients to settle trade transactions between the United Arab Emirates and India using the dirham (AED) or Indian rupee… read more →