Using regional and local studies, what is the impact of export finance services on localised markets? How does export finance services support regional growth and development?

Background

Given the benefits of engaging with the international economy through goods and services exports, this form of trade facilitation focuses on transparency, as firms are supported in navigating complex processes associated with international market access. Evidence may should help target this support where there exist market failures.

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