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EximBank structures one of the most complex support facilities for Romanian exports

EximBank has structured one of the largest and most complex support facilities for Romanian exports by insuring and arranging a syndicate financing that along with the facilities offered by European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Black Sea Trade ...

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CCIR’s Daraban: Brexit to generate both challenges and opportunities, considering Romania-UK bilateral ties

There will be several effects following Brexit over the bilateral relations between Romania and the UK. In this respect, the entire network of Chambers of Commerce and Industry from Romania will continuously inform the business environment regarding Brexit and will ...

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EximBank will insure the Romanian exports in Greece for another year

EximBank will continue to offer to Romanian exporters insurance policies for short term export credits that are taking over temporary non-market risks for Greek debtors, following the European Commission Decision to extend the exemption period of Greece from the list ...

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Events in Turkey will be reflected on Romania only commercially, Coface notes

The recent turbulent events unfolded in Turkey following a failed military coup will affect Romania only commercially, by Romanian exports slowdown, given that this is the main country of destination for local exports of non-EU countries, according to Coface Romania. ...

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South Korea, the only non-EU market where Romanian exports increased

Out of the top 10 outside EU target markets, South Korea was the only one that registered an increase of Romanian exports, an EximBank press release informs on Monday. According to the official data, in 2015, the total volume of ...

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