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Cleaning in progress

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With pressure from the media, NGOs and the general public, the actions of banks in the trade finance space are under intense scrutiny. But more than ever before, green business means big business, reports Finbarr Bermingham.   subscribe now.

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Roundtable: Where do we go from here?

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Faced with new players in the market, members of GTR Americas‘ editorial board discuss opportunities in LatAm, spread compression, the evolution […]
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Canadian corporate report: Oh! Canada

It sits on some of the largest reserves of natural resources in the world and is regarded by many as an economic utopia. But Canada’s industry is underperforming, as Finbarr Bermingham finds when he talks to some of its companies.  
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Banking on Canada

Conservatively-minded Canadian banks have emerged from the financial crisis stronger than most, but they’re not about to change tack now. Finbarr Bermingham reports.  

Asia

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Corporate profile: Orangefield ICS

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In her role as Orangefield ICS chairwoman and founder, Elizabeth Thomson has spent many years contributing to the opening up of the Chinese mainland market to foreign companies. Martin Evan-Jones speaks to her about finding corporate answers to trade finance, tax and profits problems.  
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South Korea report: Maintaining a balance

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With standards, both business and ethical, being raised through the terms of new free trade agreements, South Korea now ranks eighth in the World Bank’s ‘Ease of doing business’ annual survey. Eleanor Hill discusses the opportunities for financiers.  
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Singapore report: Asia’s trade hub

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An expansion of finance and risk products to suit Singapore’s more globalised reach is prompting renewed interest from international financiers. Martin Evan-Jones reports.  

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Islamic finance: Looking west

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The UK is making efforts to create a favourable legal environment for Islamic finance, and other European countries are likely to follow. Melodie Michel reports.  

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Roundtable: Back to the future

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Members of GTR’s editorial board evaluate their respective businesses, document key emerging themes and take a guess at what they future may bring.  
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BPO: The facts

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While the BPO marks a new, exciting era for international trade, companies are advised to think carefully about when to make use of it.  
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