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Africa

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Sino-Africa trade: Raising the stakes

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The profile of Chinese financial institutions in Africa is changing as banks look to take greater risk and capitalise on growing Sino-Africa trade. But will their mounting interest crowd out the domestic banks? Shannon Manders reports.
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A new breed of finance

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Mauritius-based asset manager Barak Fund Management offers alternative asset opportunities via its Barak Structured Trade Finance Fund, investing in trade finance with a focus on agricultural and food transactions. Director and senior advisor Prieur du Plessis talks to Sarah Rundell about the progress so far.  
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Roundtable: SA corporates speak up

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As concerns for geopolitical problems and counterparty risks grow, GTR and Standard Bank gathered a group of corporates to discuss how they’re managing their physical and financial supply chains.

Americas

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Renewed emphasis on ethanol

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As sugar prices fall, Brazil’s cane industry will need to re-invigorate its domestic ethanol market, says Toby Cohen, director at Czarnikow, a sugar and ethanol trading, advisory and supply chain management firm.
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Building Brazil

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Brazil’s decrepit infrastructure is stifling the country’s growth as a major commodities exporter, writes Shannon Manders.  

Asia

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India: Paving the way

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The current state of transport infrastructure is curtailing economic growth in India, but the government is leaving no stone unturned in addressing the deficit, writes Siddharth Poddar.

Europe

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Russia: Creating stronger ties

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The trade alliance between Russia and China is becoming stronger by the year, but Laura Benitez asks whether the countries’ banking systems can withstand these growing trade volumes.  
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Turkey feels the heat

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Turkey is revamping its renewable energy sector in the hope of reducing its growing dependency on oil imports. But Turkey’s government and its policymakers have their work cut out, writes Laura Benitez.

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The liquefied natural gas industry has seen major shifts over the last few years, with the evolution of new extraction techniques and the discovery of substantial gas reserves in places like Mozambique and Tanzania. But it could see an even bigger change in 2013, with the possible advent of LNG exports from the US, writes Paige McClanahan.  
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GTR Leaders in Trade 2012

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2012 will be remembered as a landmark year for the GTR Leaders in Trade awards. Clients of local and international financial institutions did not miss the chance to recognise great service, and the number of votes gathered hit a record 6,000  
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Corporate profile: ACT

GTR’s Finbarr Bermingham asks Colin Tyler, CEO of the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) about the challenges corporate treasurers face in accessing finance.  
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