The notion of ‘debt-trap policy’ has elicited much debate about whether entities that deliberately flex their financial muscle to exert dominance over desperate countries exist. This work highlights its meaning, the actors, and its effects on trade and economic development.
TFG heard from World Economic Forum’s Ziyang Fan on bringing policymakers, innovators and technologists together to work hand in hand to solve some of the global challenges.
Our departure from the EU will give the UK the ability to take control of its own independent trade policy for the first time in more than 40 years.
London, 29th May 2019. Trade Finance Global are delighted to announce a strategic media partnership with The Telegraph at their conference – The Future of Trade & Export
In recent years, the trade finance landscape has seen immense change, driven by a multitude of factors, including policy, consumers, technology and protectionism. A few years ago we were debating… read more →