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US Exim: Making steady progress

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GTR’s Eleanor Wragg catches up with Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (US Exim), to discuss the bank’s plans for the coming year ahead of its annual conference in April.
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Across the Pacific

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Will Asia and Latin America’s blossoming trans-Pacific relationship stay strong in the face of a potential slowdown? Eleanor Wragg reports.

Asia

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Reading Mongolia’s smoke signals

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As the presidential election looms, a nationalist rhetoric has hampered investor interest in Mongolia, but experts believe the country’s mineral appeal remains unrivalled. Melodie Michel reports.  
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Vietnam continues to trade up

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Vietnam is becoming an important market for financiers in light of its continued need for investment capital to fuel the growth of the economy, writes Eleanor Hill.

Europe

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Europe curbs late payments

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A new European Union directive that places a cap on the length of payment terms for EU-based buyers and suppliers looks set to generate demand for supply chain finance. Liz Salecka reports.

Mena

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Qatar: here comes the sun

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While Qatar may be rich in fossil fuels, the small Gulf state also has ample amounts of the world’s most elemental energy source: sunlight. Paige McClanahan reports.  

Global

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Shipping finance: caught in a rip

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Shipping firms have struggled to get financing in the economic downturn, and the situation is not about to improve. Melodie Michel reports.  
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Roundtable: Spotlight on transaction banking

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GTR and BNY Mellon gathered a group of experts in the transaction banking business to discuss key concerns facing the market today. The debate served as a follow up to a survey conducted by the two institutions which tested the market on a number of different points including trade, liquidity, foreign exchange and regulations.
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Making sense of international sanctions

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Sanction compliance has never been more critical, or more challenging. It is imperative that banks and corporates monitor the ever-changing sanctions landscape and develop tailored programmes to minimise their compliance risk. Clyde & Co trade and sanctions specialists Douglas Maag (US), Sophie Drake (Singapore), Patrick Murphy (Dubai) and Ben Knowles (UK) examine the issues.  
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