Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: World’s first: ICC and WTO launch standards toolkit for paperless trade
In this article, Trade Data Monitor’s Chief Economic Analyst John W. Miller talks about how the Russian war in Ukraine will change global trade.
China walks diplomatic tightrope after shunning sanctions on Russia, while calling for end to crisis in Ukraine
China shares a strong interest with the West in the cessation of hostilities in Ukraine, and should be proactively engaged in helping to find a resolution. Most importantly, these tragic events should serve as a salutary lesson to Chinese and American leaders of the perils of allowing geopolitical tensions to metastasise, writes author and former HKEX exec James A. Fok.
Oil rallies, gas surges, nickel explodes: How sanctions and Russian aggression are terrorising commodities markets
Why have commodity prices surged in the last two weeks, and will they ever come back down again? TFG’s Marcus Lankford investigates…
With Visa and Mastercard leaving Russia due to its aggression in Ukraine, Russia has turned to China’s UnionPay as a payments lifeline, writes TFG’s Lewis Evans
PODCAST: Bent but not broken? TDM’s John Miller on global trade resilience as we say goodbye to COVID-19, and hello to war in Ukraine
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
When the rouble plummets, where do Russians put their money? TFG’s Marcus Lankford investigates…
Several public and private banks and financial institutions have imposed trade and commodity finance restrictions on Russia amid the escalating conflict in Ukraine
The US and its Western allies have ramped up harsh economic sanctions against Russia, as it continues to attack Ukraine