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GTR Leaders in Trade 2011 results

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GTR is happy to announce the results of its annual Leaders in Trade 2011 readers’ poll. Over 6,000 votes have been casted during the last month for banks, financial institutions, insurers and brokers. The awards aim to highlight achievements in specific geographical regions and particular product lines. subscribe now.

Africa

Sierra Leone steams ahead

Sierra Leone steams ahead

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 The first shipments of iron ore have left Sierra Leone, heralding a new era of growth for the West African nation. Paige McClanahan reports from Freetown.  

Americas

Pat on the back for Panama

Pat on the back for Panama

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Panama’s economy is reaching a defining moment in its development, offering new prospects for trade and infrastructure financing. Ingrid Norton reports.
Rich pickings

Rich pickings in Brazil

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Brazil is primed to become a global agricultural superpower as trade flows to china and other Asian countries increase. Trade banks are eager to capitilise on this trend, writes Rebecca Spong.  
Soft spot for Brazil

A soft spot for Brazil

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Although trade finance pricing is beginning to creep up, the Brazilian banking sector is still well-placed to support the trade finance needs of the country’s exporters, writes Rebecca Spong.

Asia

Against all odds

China: Against all odds

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Despite international concerns over wavering Chinese stability, trade finance bankers are prepared to take on the precarious situation, writes Shannon Manders.

Europe

Russian banks gain ground

Russian banks gain ground

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Both state-backed and private Russian banks are increasing their capacity for trade financing, while other players retreat from the market. Rebecca Spong reports.

Mena

Just out of reach

GCC: Just out of reach

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Financing availability for the GCC region is delicately poised as eurozone events begin to exert a wider toll, writes Kevin Godier.

Supply Chain

Taking the next step

SCF: Taking the next step

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As supply chain finance programmes grow in size, scale and geographic coverage, banks are looking for ways to diversify risks and attract additional liquidity. Liz Salecka reports.
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