The current trade finance market is wide and huge, with about $10 trillion of trade currently being financed, provided primarily by banks or financial institutions.
Since the dawn of civilisation there has been trade finance. Initially, it was fairly primitive. Now it is a highly sophisticated trillion dollar industry financed primarily by financial institutions.
Like a dull pain, the underlying tension in the northeast Asian region endures with little resolution in sight
Fear of taxation, and poor bookkeeping practices could spell doom for family-owned enterprises as Cambodia moves up the value chain
The famous German philosopher and economist Karl Marx once wrote in his 1848 Communist Manifesto that workers would have “nothing to lose but their shackles” in the struggle against their capitalist oppressors.
A trade fair in Beijing has shown that China is steadily steering toward knowledge and technology-intensive services.
The Malaysian leader has proposed a gold-pegged common trading currency for East Asia. Experts say returning to the gold standard is easier said than done, especially when the motive is more political than economic.
Financial markets across many developing nations are struggling to attract capital amid the ongoing trade stand-off between China and the US.
The power play between US and China is beneficial for economies, especially with China’s recent trade deals in Europe but observers remain skeptical over the moves
In the first issue of Capital Cambodia, 1st February, 2019, the nation’s lead trade negotiator, Sok Siphana said Cambodia should sign as many bilateral and multiple trade agreements as possible to diversify the country’s export markets.