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|Title:||2017 Trade Finance Gaps, Growth, and Jobs Survey|
|Authors:||ADB; DiCaprio, Alisa; Kim, Kijin; Beck, Steven|
|Description:||This brief discusses the 2017 ADB Trade Finance Gaps, Growth, and Jobs Survey which quantifies global market gaps for trade finance and the impact on growth and jobs. The 2017 ADB Trade Finance Gaps, Growth, and Jobs Survey deepens our understanding of why firms cannot access sufficient trade finance and its impact. The survey explores the associations between shortfalls of trade finance and jobs as well as the behavior of woman-owned firms. In addition, this year’s survey introduces suggestive evidence that while fintech is reducing the cost of delivering trade finance, it’s not closing market gaps, as was hoped. The 2017 survey results were obtained through the participation of 515 banks and 1,336 firms from over 100 countries.|
|Country:||Regional - Asia and the Pacific|
|Appears in Collections:||ADB Collections|
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