Magazine Feature


GTR Leaders in Trade 2014

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Two months ago GTR called all companies that read our magazine and attend our events to vote in our annual Leaders in Trade awards. We asked these and other companies engaged in cross-border trade activities to tell us which financial institutions are the best internationally. These are the results.   GTR LEADERS IN TRADE 2014 ...




Chuffed about ChAFTA

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Australia and China signed a declaration of intent for a China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) in November 2014. The Abbott administration says the pact …


The PIGS report

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One of the less glamorous acronyms to emerge from the financial crisis concerned some of Europe’s most struggling economies. Finbarr Bermingham checks in to …


Banking on Palestine

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Despite common perceptions that it is impossible to do business in Palestine, the Palestinian economy continues to grow: in 2011 the stock market was …

Supply Chain

Sepa pays its way

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The introduction of a standardised payments markets across the euro area is expected to bring new opportunities for corporates involved in cross-border trade. Banks, …


Feeding the biomasses

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Biomass is valued in the renewable energy mix for its constant supply, but small, local plants close to their feedstock remain the easiest to …

Roundtable: Paving the way

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On the back of the International Trade and Forfaiting Association’s (ITFA’s) newly-founded “Young Professionals in Trade Finance & Forfaiting” initiative, which aims to support …

GTR Best Law Firm 2014

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GTR is proud to announce the results of its Best Law Firm readers’ poll.   Norton Rose Fulbright has been named the best law …