Inside the World's Export Credit Agencies

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Thomson/South-Western, 2004 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
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Inside the World's Credit Agencies is a user-friendly guide for business executives who need a quick understanding of the extensive sources of export financing support from approximately 40 of the world’s largest trading countries. It provides a brief explanation of the government agencies programs (i.e. type of export financing, eligibility, terms, fees, etc.) and specific contact information for next step action. In addition, there are a number of case studies that provide examples of how these government programs have successfully been used. This book will be an important resource guide for anyone involved in financing cross-border transactions.

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William A. Delphos is the Founder and Managing Director of Delphos International. The firm was established in 1987 to help companies obtain financing for international business opportunities. Previously Mr. Delphos was the Senior Vice President of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, a U.S. government agency, where he was Chief Operating Officer in charge of finance, insurance, and marketing. He received his MBA from Northwestern University.

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