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Xiamen Xiangyu steel plant, Indonesia

In the last month of 2020, violent protests raged at one of Indonesia’s largest smelters in Virtue...

UEP Penonomé II, Panama

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Lifting the veil on Vietnam LNG

Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade is soon submitting the revised PDP8 to Prime Minister...

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UniCredit’s global head of structured trade & export finance argues there is reason to remain...

The ICC's key trends for 2019

The trade finance industry will undergo further transformation in 2019, explains Olivier Paul, head...

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The supply chain finance ecosystem is vast and payables finance programmes are plentiful, but what...

DFI lending in Rwanda

Since President Paul Kagame launched his country's Vision 2020 development plan in 2000, substantial...

Scaling Solar in Africa

Three years on from the launch of the International Finance Corporation's Scaling Solar scheme in...

Lebanon’s $22bn designs on PPP

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Çanakkale Bridge, Turkey

Turkey’s north western regions have seen a flurry of transport projects of late, with bridges –...

Marubeni awards EPC for Rabigh solar IPP

A Marubeni-led consortium has awarded at $183.8 million EPC contract for the 300MW Rabigh solar IPP to a subsidiary of China Energy Engineering Corporation

KEFI aiming for Q2 close on Tulu Kapi mine

Cyprus-based mining company KEFI Minerals has once again updated its indicative schedule for the project financing on its $263 million Tulu Kapi gold mine in Ethiopia