✍️ In this article, Carter Klein of Jenner & Block talks about independent vs. accessory guarantees, corporate guarantees in the US, and the cases of Shanghai Shipyard and Bank Audi.
Just as China’s trade sector recovers from a fresh wave of COVID-19 lockdowns, the world’s largest exporter now faces a slimmer order book amidst weakening global sentiment and increased belt-tightening measures linked to inflation.
The metaverse could spell a watershed moment in human economic history. It will reinforce the concept of global human culture, set rules for worldwide continuous automated trading 24/7, and forever alter our understanding of trade markets.
The Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) held a conference on the United States (US) responses to the global energy crisis.
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Bank of America will transition to recycled plastic for credit and debit cards beginning in 2023
In our latest podcast, TFG’s Deepesh Patel spoke with John Miller, chief economic analyst at Trade Data Monitor (TDM), about the surprising resilience of global trade over the last two years
The race is on to lead the world in electric vehicle (EV) production. Will China dominate, or will the EU and Japan forge ahead?
In our latest podcast, TFG’s Deepesh Patel spoke with Saskia Rietbroek of ACSS and Michael Byrne of IIBLP on sanctions busters, sanctions compliance, and new maritime guidance for financial institutions
The US and its Western allies have ramped up harsh economic sanctions against Russia, as it continues to attack Ukraine
In this article, James A. Fok, author and former HKEX executive, considers how a US Fed rate hike could affect the dollar, relations with China, and social stability
In this Q&A, we speak to author and markets veteran James Fok about his new book, Financial Cold War: A View of Sino-US Relations from the Financial Markets
Almost two weeks have passed since the retirement of the world’s most important number: the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).
The UK’s trade deficit with China has more than tripled after a year of lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the clocks struck midnight, we looked back at over 700 articles, handpicking our favourite stories that made the headlines in 2021
New surveys on both sides of the Atlantic have found that the vast majority of businesses are struggling with inflation, and many are already passing on price hikes to consumers.