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Export credit talks collapse amid US-China frictions

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]This story is published in a content partnership with POLITICO. It was originally reported by Doug Palmer on politico.com on November 19, 2020.Talks aimed at creating new rules to discipline the activities of government export credit agencies like the US Export-Import Bank and its counterparts in China, the European Union and Canada have broken down and may not resume for a year or longer, according to a joint statement from 11 of the 18 participating governments.“After eight years of…

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This story is published in a content partnership with POLITICO. It was originally reported by Doug Palmer on politico.com on November 19, 2020.Talks aimed at creating new rules to discipline the activities of government export credit agencies like the US Export-Import Bank and its counterparts in China, the European Union and Canada have broken down and may not resume for a year or longer, according to a joint statement from 11 of the 18 participating governments.“After eight years of…
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