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Halfway through its trade diversification process, the United Arab Emirates is yet to be integrated into international value chains

10/25/2018

• Thanks to its strategic location, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) plays a central role in regional exports and re-exports, as demonstrated by its various economic and cooperation agreements with other countries.
• Further involvement in the Belt and Road Initiative[1] represents both a risk and an opportunity for the UAE.
• However, the country is still only halfway through its diversification process, and is yet to be integrated in global value chains.

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Country and sector risks worldwide

10/09/2018

Some emerging economies become increasingly vulnerable
• Higher oil prices and continued capital outflows from emerging markets mark the third quarter of 2018
• A wave of sectorial downgrades in Turkey and Argentina
• Risks improve in Central Europe and the CIS
• Downgrades for Pakistan and Nicaragua, mainly due to political risks

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US protectionism: Significant knock-on effect on trade partners of targeted countries

10/09/2018

The net number of protectionist measures currently in place throughout the world is 2.5 times higher than in 2010. In most advanced economies (such as the US, Western Europe, Japan, Canada and Australia) and in many of the large emerging countries (Brazil, Argentina and India), the share of imports impacted by protectionist measures is higher than imports benefitting from favourable measures. Nevertheless, several South East Asian countries (such as Vietnam, the Philippines and Cambodia), as well as Russia and a number of Latin American countries (including Mexico, Columbia and Peru) are not following this trend.

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Coface and Tradeshift announce strategic partnership

10/10/2018

Global credit insurer to make risk indicators available to a network of 1.5 million businesses in 190 countries.

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