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Page 15 - January 1972 and has the Secretary of State for Trade as President, the department promotes British exports, providing an export information service to industry and commerce, largely through the eight regional offices, and handling government support for overseas trade fairs. The Export Credits Guarantee Department is a separate department responsible to the Secretary of State for Trade, providing a credit insurance facility, and guaranteeing finance, for exported goods and services.
Page 34 - The loans and guarantees cover up to 85% of the US export value, with repayment terms of one year or more.
Page 39 - Bank, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the United Nations (UN) Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).
Page 7 - OECD countries. It can also help encourage cooperation with exporters in other countries and participation in multisourcing (eg, obtaining subcontracts from main contractors in other countries in respect of projects in third countries).
Page 43 - July 2006. Finally, Malawi also benefits from the Bank-funded Regional Trade Facilitation Project, which contributes to poverty alleviation through private-sector-led growth by improving access to financing for productive transactions and cross-border trade.
Page 34 - Direct loans and guarantees Ex-Im Bank provides direct loans and guarantees of commercial financing to foreign buyers of US capital goods and related services.
Page 24 - WTO is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. The purpose is to help producers of goods and services, exporters and importers to conduct their business.