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Doing business on a global scale creates a host of new opportunities – and new risks.

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We help companies pursue their goals and mitigate their risks with a host of global trade and receivables financing tools. Our global perspective and local expertise are designed to streamline both sides of every transaction, so you can focus more on producing, marketing and strengthening your supply chain partnerships.

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China – What is the Next Opportunity?

China's growth story is remarkable – but what's got the global business community buzzing is the dramatic growth in consumption – driving a shift from Made in China to Made for China.

Services exports are helping to support the global economy

Breaking new ground in macro research, Oxford Economics has captured current and historical statistics on bilateral trade in services for 24 key trading nations to build a unique, comprehensive database. These previously elusive data give us unprecedented insight into the evolution of services trade.

Is your business ignoring the Chinese consumer?

As China continues its march towards a consumption society - the opportunities abound for forward thinking global businesses.

Navigating the Long and Winding Road

For many companies, building a global supply chain has become essential to surviving in a highly competitive and evolving global marketplace. It also creates a host of new risks. If your company makes snow shovels, relying on partners scattered around the world inevitably raises the odds that some won't reach stores until the first day of spring.

Turning Global Challenges into Opportunity

As 2016 draws to a close, it's hard to escape some dreary outlooks for the year ahead. Many economies are feeling sluggish; China is enduring a slowdown; and political tensions are wreaking havoc in Europe and South America. Low commodity prices are squeezing emerging markets.

As growth slows in the world's wealthiest nations, many global companies are pinning their hopes on emerging markets. They're moving aggressively to source and sell more goods and services in developing countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

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