Britain and South Korea have decided to prolong the duration of minimal or zero tariffs on mutual trade involving goods with components from the European Union, according to an announcement… read more →
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has greenlit a $300 million policy-driven loan. This endeavour assists the Philippine government in establishing a resilient institutional and policy backdrop, aiming to augment Filipinos’… read more →
On Tuesday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) unveiled its most recent World Economic Outlook, adjusting its US growth forecast upwards while anticipating a slower rate of expansion for the euro… read more →
Reporting live from the EBRD Trade Facilitation Programme Trade Finance Forum in Vienna, we bring you an exclusive interview with Tsolmon Bat-Erdene, Manager of FI and TF in the International Banking Department at Khan Bank, Mongolia.
In a recent interview at the EBRD’s Trade Facilitation Program conference in Vienna, Deepesh Patel, the editor at Trade Finance Global, welcomed Abla Hussein, the Sector Head for Non-Bank Financial Institutions at the Commercial International Bank of Egypt (CIB).
The US trade deficit contracted to $58.3 billion in August, marking its lowest level since late 2020, according to data released by the Commerce Department on Thursday. This represents a… read more →
At Sibos Toronto, TFG’s Deepesh Patel spoke with Rogier van Lammeren, Managing Director, Head of Trade & Working Capital Products at Lloyds Bank, and Patrik Zekkar, CEO of Enigio.
During her third visit to Kyiv amidst the ongoing conflict, Odile Renaud-Basso, the President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), informed President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, his cabinet, and… read more →
The World Bank has kept its 2023 economic growth projection for China steady at 5.1%, consistent with its April forecast. However, it has revised its 2024 outlook to 4.4% from… read more →
As the Conservative and Labour Party Conferences are about to commence, new analysis underscores the urgent requirement for enhanced backing to assist UK businesses in manoeuvring through a crucial 15-month… read more →
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.
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 German branch of the International Chamber of Commerce, ICC Germany, in collaboration with financial technology firm MonetaGo, has released a report stating that digitalisation is key to combating global… read more →
Lloyds Bank published its “Trade Insights: The changing face of UK trade” report, offering a comprehensive analysis of the evolving landscape of UK trade. The report highlights the transformative changes… read more →
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.