There are several indicators to suggest that commodity markets, especially oil, gas, and metals, will continue to boom over 2021, which will have important implications for Africa’s extractive sectors and trade.
The first half of 2021 should be similar to the year 2020, marked by the strongest global recession since the end of the Second World War.
Organisations today find themselves increasingly focused on the issue of sustainability and for good reason.
Initially, the pandemic led to a sudden, sharp shock which caused a multitude of challenges to business continuity. What’s in stock for 2021?
2020 was a terrible year for Asia but for some less than for others. Alicia Herrero Garcia outlines what’s in stock for markets in Asia in 2021
Results from the Berne Union Business Confidence Survey for the first quarter of 2021 indicate that demand for export credit insurance continues to increase.
TFG are delighted to announce a media partnership with ExCred for three events in 2021
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG. Thousands strike in Myanmar following military coup. South Africa halt rollout of AstraZeneca vaccine over concerns about new strain. Oil prices return to pre-pandemic levels.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG. Tighter travel and daily restrictions are expected to be rolled out across European countries as concern grows over new variants from South Africa and Brazil.
Today’s podcast focuses on the Free Trade Agreement, FTA with Japan, more specifically referred to as the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, Or CEPA. The UK and Japan are major investors in each other’s economies, ranking fifth and sixth respectively for inward foreign direct investment.
We are excited to be partnering with TXF at the upcoming TXF CPRI: Trade, Commodity & Export Finance Virtual 2021.
The UK’s exporters could face a Brexit bill worth as much as £25bn in lost revenues in 2021, according to a new report by Euler Hermes.
Almost four years later, Brexit is complete. What does the new UK and the EU agreement now mean for trade, and what’s left to do?
Announced: latest confirmed speakers for the UK-Japan Free Trade Summit: A Shared Political, Economic and Financial Vision for Mutual Benefit (20 January).