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27 September 2022

An eternal ECA evolution

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Metals and Mining, Transport
Region:
Middle East & Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe
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ECAs have played a crucial role in supporting global trade over the course of the pandemic. Now, as exporters and buyers search for a new normal, they will need to step forwards again. Thankfully, the ECA financial toolkit appears to be sharpening as governments seek to secure key supply chains against a global energy crisis.

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