20 November 2020

Western governments suspend talks on new ECA rules, citing divisions, transparency

Middle East & Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe

Eleven of 18 governments trying to negotiate new export credit rules said they are suspending technical talks because of widely divergent positions among members and troubles with transparency. The action halts eight years of talks launched in 2012 from a joint US-China initiative to try to...

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