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Coface and Cesce to back Dubai metro extension project
12 October 2016

EBRD funds energy project in Kyrgyz Republic
11 October 2016

Can the RenovAr renewables programme revive project finance in Argentina?
Can the RenovAr renewables programme revive project finance in Argentina?
Tom Nelthorpe
10 October 2016

The new renewables programme is highly structured, and has to erase lenders’ memory of Argentina’s past economic struggles.

Thailand Exim agrees Myanmar solar power plant deal
10 October 2016

DBSA finances 21 renewable energy projects
7 October 2016

FMO arranges financing for Ugandan solar PV project
7 October 2016

AIIB makes first Myanmar project loan
6 October 2016

AREAM, Greentale Capital set up eco-energy joint venture
6 October 2016

IFC and Allianz invest in emerging markets infrastructure
6 October 2016

Wind Power restructures loan with lenders and ECAs
5 October 2016

EIB helps fund ECA-backed Belgian wind farm
4 October 2016

Sinosure debt stalls Zimbabwe thermal power plant project
4 October 2016

Kexim wades into Africa infra scramble with Ghana power deal
Kexim wades into Africa infra scramble with Ghana power deal
Max Thompson
3 October 2016

Kexim last week provided a loan to finance the Prestea-Kumasi power enhancement project in Ghana as South Korea looks to compete with China and Japan for African infrastructure projects.

The dos and don’ts of African toll road financing
The dos and don’ts of African toll road financing
Tom Nelthorpe
3 October 2016

The number of abandoned African toll road projects far outweighs the successful ones. Have development finance lenders worked out how to make financing them work?

China Exim in $1.16bn project loan to Bangladesh

India Exim agrees Nepal loan for post-earthquake projects
3 October 2016

Exploring new opportunities in the energy sector: Key considerations to underwriting successful projects
Exploring new opportunities in the energy sector: Key considerations to underwriting successful projects
Benjamin Mugisha
1 October 2016

The energy sector represents a bold new frontier for export credit agencies (ECAs). Increased involvement in this sector makes good business sense.

Tsetsii Wind and Japan’s role in Mongolia’s project finance rebirth
Tsetsii Wind and Japan’s role in Mongolia’s project finance rebirth
Tom Nelthorpe
30 September 2016

The financing for Newcom and Softbank’s Tsetsii wind farm sees Japan take the lead in supporting Mongolia’s power sector.

ADB announce $8bn in loans to Bangladesh
30 September 2016

Kexim finances Ghana's Prestea-Kumasi power project
28 September 2016

China Exim releases fresh tranche for Lahore metro project
28 September 2016

US Ex-Im and OPIC set to fund Kenyan road project
27 September 2016

ECAs key to Iran's renewable energy target
ECAs key to Iran's renewable energy target
Max Thompson
26 September 2016

Iran has set a target to install 5,000 MW of renewable energy capacity by 2021, and according to one lawyer, export credit agencies will be key to achieving that goal.

UK Polyhalite mine set to expand niche markets
UK Polyhalite mine set to expand niche markets
Callum Burroughs
23 September 2016

The development of one of the world’s highest producing polyhalite mines in North Yorkshire, backed by commercial bank and Canada’s EDC financing could bring jobs and an export boost to the UK. However, the relatively new product will need to find a place in the market but could be boosted by Britain’s Brexit vote.

GE reinforces commitment to Africa
23 September 2016

US Ex-Im and India discuss $9bn nuclear loan
23 September 2016

Chinese overseas investment hits record levels
23 September 2016

Finnvera steps in to finance UK biomass plant amid government subsidy cuts
Finnvera steps in to finance UK biomass plant amid government subsidy cuts
Max Thompson
22 September 2016

The UK government introduced dramatic cuts to renewable energy subsidies in August, just a month before Finland's ECA, Finnvera, closed a £100 million financing for the construction of the world's largest biomass power plant in the UK.

Kexim finances Turkish hospital construction
22 September 2016

Kexim credit 'unaffected' by shipping losses
Kexim credit 'unaffected' by shipping losses
Max Thompson
21 September 2016

South Korea's ECA, Kexim, posted a net loss of $838.6 million for the first half of the year after bad debt provisions surged due to over exposure to struggling shipbuilders. However, one market source claims Kexim's losses are "not as bad as they seem".

China Exim backs power supply project in Nairobi
21 September 2016

Will Aspire Mining’s Northern Railway put flesh on the bones of One Belt, One Road?
Will Aspire Mining’s Northern Railway put flesh on the bones of One Belt, One Road?
Tom Nelthorpe
19 September 2016

Tom Nelthorpe discusses whether China, Russia and Mongolia can work with a small coal mine developer to make a greenfield rail project a reality.

Who will fund Iran's first renewable energy projects?
19 September 2016

China Exim agrees hydropower financing with Laos
19 September 2016

ICBC agrees infrastructure project financing deal
19 September 2016

First Finnvera-NIB financing creates landmark deal in Brazil
First Finnvera-NIB financing creates landmark deal in Brazil
Max Thompson
16 September 2016

At the end of last month, Finnvera and NIB signed a $225 million facility that will be onlent to a eucalyptus pulp mill project in Brazil. The deal represents the first time Finnvera has tapped an ‘alternative’ form of finance with NIB in order to leverage the credit risk of doing business in a country struggling to revive its economy.

Download The TXF Chronicle, Edition II 2016
Download The TXF Chronicle, Edition II 2016
Oliver Gordon
15 September 2016

It’s that time of year again… Everyone here at TXF is very proud to present to you 2016’s second edition of our biannual magazine, The TXF Chronicle – the best of TXF News from the past six months.

Thailand Exim finances Japan solar projects
15 September 2016

EU wants EIB to fund defence projects
15 September 2016

NIB buys green bonds to boost environmental projects
15 September 2016

DS-Concept boosts Taiwan footwear business
15 September 2016

JBIC signs MoU for Russian-Far East investment platform
14 September 2016

Shipping woes lead to Kexim losses
14 September 2016

ECAs to be involved in GoviEx Uranium's Niger project
13 September 2016

Finnvera to provide financing for UK biomass plant
13 September 2016

World Bank and China form Africa infrastructure firm
13 September 2016

CAF and NDB agree infrastructure MoU
13 September 2016

Warid Telecom closes new landmark ECA deal in Pakistan
Warid Telecom closes new landmark ECA deal in Pakistan
Max Thompson
12 September 2016

Due to the political and economic uncertainty surrounding Pakistan, international financing has been hard to come by for the South Asian country. Nonetheless,in July Warid Telecom, a Pakistani mobile operator, closed a $249.76 million EKN-backed loan – the third largest ECA deal in the country – for the purchase of Ericsson telecoms equipment.

South African ECA seeks bigger role
12 September 2016

EBRD covers Poland's Arctic paper €30m loan
12 September 2016