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Perspective
24 February 2023

Export finance 2022: A new energy security role for ECAs

In:
Agri/Soft Commodities, Chemicals/Petrochemicals, Infrastructure, Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water
Region:
Middle East & Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe
Political instability is usually one of the key drivers of the use of export credit agency support in emerging markets. In developed markets ECAs are usually used to drive down pricing, drive up tenors, and sometimes compensate for losses of liquidity.

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