The results of the Greek elections have given the eurozone some breathing space, but the crisis continues to cause a shortfall in funding and risk capacity for trade and supply chain finance. Rebecca Spong reports.
Kenya’s tea sector presents considerable opportunities for financial investment. But those banks eager to get involved will need to get comfortable with the uncertainty of the country’s regulatory regime and the limitations that the sector imposes. Shannon Manders reports.
A rise in populist policies acrossLatin America has sparked fears among some investors. Yet with strong growth prospects and a number of new commodities to finance, it is a market worth staying in. Eleanor Wragg reports.
It is the second year that GTR has run its Asia Leaders in Trade Readers’ Poll, and interest in the competition is ever-increasing.
Indeed this year GTR was pleased to see a rising number of local and regional banks submitting votes. Winners of our Asia awards will be able to collect their awards at our Asia awards ceremony in September.
Ireland returned to growth last year for the first time since 2007, setting it apart from its fellow eurozone countries. But as the European crisis begins to wreak havoc with Ireland’s economy, the country has to prove itself once again, writes Laura Benitez.