ICC release 2019 Trade Register Report


The ICC has today released their latest Trade Register report. The report may be downloaded from the following link 2019 Trade Register Report


This year’s report captures a full decade of trade finance-related data – containing nearly USD 16 trillion of exposures (including export finance) from 32 million transactions across 25 banks, six products, and all major geographies – adding weight to its positioning as the global authoritative source on trade risk.


This year’s report also features a number of topical contributions and commentary on global trade from leading experts – including a comprehensive analysis of COVID-19's impact on global trade. ICC partnered with Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to model scenarios around the potential impact of COVID-19 on trade.

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