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Time To Join The Club?
With the world's population predicted by the World Trade Organisation to be in excess of nine billion by 2050, international demand for commodities is likely to increase significantly.
Worldwide
16 Sep 2015
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International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short - Edition 1
Welcome to In-Short, our new international trade & commodities newsletter, which is designed to give you practical advice on the key issues and opportunities facing the global commodities market today.
Worldwide
8 Sep 2015
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Trade Finance: Time To Join The Club?
With the world's population predicted by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to rise to nine billion by 2050, international demand for commodities is likely to significantly increase.
Worldwide
8 Sep 2015
4
Beyond Decheng Mining
Stephen Tricks and Philip Prowse outline the issues raised by the Qingdao phantom metals scandal and identify potential solutions.
China
19 May 2015
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How Has The Drop In Oil Prices Affected Other Commodities?
The effects of the dramatic drop in the price of both Ice March Brent, the international oil marker, and its US counterpart Nymex March West Texas Intermediate, have been widespread.
Worldwide
13 May 2015
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Swissie-Euro Decoupling More Of A Mogul Than A Mountain?
As the market turmoil settles and a major commodities player announces its attention to decamp from London to Geneva, it’s time to reassess the significance of the Swissie-Euro decoupling.
UK
16 Feb 2015
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Oil Price Volatility - Risks And Opportunities In 2015: Update 2
The effects of the dramatic drop in the price of both Ice March Brent, the international oil marker, and its US counterpart Nymex March West Texas Intermediate, have been widespread.
UK
 
6 Feb 2015
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Trade Finance: Plenty Of One, But Not Enough Of The Other
Whilst the need for the export of commodities from the emerging markets has never been greater, with populations in vast countries such as China and India continuing to open up to the influences of urbanisation and consumerism, the continued scarcity of finance to facilitate these trade flows remains of great concern to those operating in the industry.
United States
2 Jan 2013
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