Trade finance

October 1994
Business America;Oct94, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p98
Trade Publication
Discusses project finance and untied aid, major trade finance areas where the United States government actions could relieve market gaps to increase exports. US export opportunities associated with investment in overseas markets; Overseas Private Investment Corporation's provision of risk insurance to US companies investing in emerging market economies and developing nations. INSET: OPIC's higher per project limit leads to more U.S. exports..


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