Trade and Investment

This is why you need to know about trade finance

A general view of a shipping container area at the Yangshan Port of Shanghai May 11, 2012. China risks a fresh downturn in demand for goods from its massive factory sector, with weaker than expected exports and stalling headline import growth signalling that government spending is the crucial factor keeping the economy moving. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) - GM1E85B13H401

Trade finance could help entrepreneurs, but access is a challenge Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Francesca Bianchi
Privacy Counsel, World Economic Forum Geneva
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