Financing International Trade

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Appendix 3

WORLD TRADE CENTERS

World Trade Center of Abidjan

World Trade Center Accra

World Trade Center Aden

Amman World Trade Center

World Trade Center Alaska/Anchorage

The World Trade Center Association of Antwerp

World Trade Center Asuncion

World Trade Center Auckland

World Trade Center Abu-Dhabi

World Trade Center Aguascalientes

World Trade Center Amsterdam

World Trade Center Ankara

World Trade Center Archamps

World Trade Center Atlanta

World Trade Center Bahrain

World Trade Center Bangalore

World Trade Center Bari

World Trade Center Basel

World Trade Center Batam

World Trade Centre Beijing

World Trade Center Beirut

World Trade Center Bergen GmbH

Brandenburg International Airport World Trade Center

World Trade Center Bombay

World Trade Center Boston

World Trade Center Bremen

World Trade Center Brisbane

International Club of West Flanders De Hanze vzw (Af)

World Trade Center Bucharest

World Trade Center Budapest

World Trade Center Baltimore

World Trade Center Bangkok

World Trade Center Barranquilla

World Trade Center Club of Switzerland, Basel

China World Trade Center (Beijing) Ltd.

World Trade Center Belgrade

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Acronyms xvii
  • 1 - Introduction to Export Trade Finance 1
  • 2 - How Financing of International Trade is Perceived 17
  • 3 - Banking and Trade Finance 27
  • 4 - The U.S. Export-Import Bank 57
  • 5 - Foreign Credit Insurance Association (Fcia) 79
  • 6 - Private Export Funding Corporation (Pefco) 91
  • 7 - U.S. and Foreign Private and Public Export-Financing Facilities 105
  • 8 - Cooperation Among U.S. Trade Finance Institutions 129
  • 9 - Major Foreign Export Credit Agencies 137
  • 10 - Evaluation of the U.S. System and Conclusions 167
  • Appendix 1 179
  • Appendix 2 181
  • Appendix 3 183
  • Selected Bibliography 189
  • Index 195
  • About the Author 200
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