Your weekly coffee briefing from TFG: E-rules for trade explained – URDTT, eURC, and eUCP
A new report from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) highlights how trade plays a pivotal role in ending poverty, driving economic growth, and mitigating climate change.
With commodities like food and energy resources scarcening in the face of climate change and the Ukraine-Russia conflict, all eyes are turning towards Africa as a possible solution.
Fears continue to grow over a potential global food security crisis as European farmers struggle to save their crops from extreme weather events.
Canadian investors are becoming more particular about how they deploy their capital, delivering returns with ESG factors being a key consideration.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: What does Boris Johnson’s resignation mean for UK trade?
What happens to global supply chains in the next few years could impact the outcome of the climate crisis more than anything else.
Over the last ten years, nature dependent exports accounted for 40% of annual world trade ($7.4 trillion) – 36% of which stemmed from non-democratic regimes, as defined by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Democracy Index.
Here is a quick rundown of City Week 2022’s main themes covered throughout the first of this three-day conference.
Since the United Nations (UN) adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, industries have started planning for more sustainable practices
In this article, SACE’s Irene Gambelli discusses the support provided by Italy’s export credit agency to SMEs during and after the pandemic, with an increasing focus on green finance
Lenders are being asked to allocate more capital than ever to manage risks and seize opportunities, as the world strives to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
As the clocks struck midnight, we looked back at over 700 articles, handpicking our favourite stories that made the headlines in 2021
Over the last two weeks, the UK has been at the forefront of some of the biggest announcements to come out of COP26.
By working together and tackling these challenges head-on, we can reduce our emissions and work towards our net zero goal by 2050.