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For exporters, adverse movements in exchange rates are an inherent risk of doing business in international markets.

Eligible Australian SMEs can now better manage their exposure to volatile currency markets following an agreement between online foreign exchange company OzForex and the Australian Government’s Export Credit Agency: Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC).

Australia’s export credit agency, Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) increased its support for small-to-medium enterprises (SME) last financial year (2012-13).

Australia’s export credit agency, EFIC, takes us through how its reinsurance arrangement helped Aspen Medical win a major hospital contract in Sri Lanka.

The eurozone is still struggling and Africa is suffering with high food prices but the number of tourists coming to Australia is growing and the credit rating of some Asian countries is rising, according to EFIC's latest newsletter.

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) has helped finance Aussie box office hit, The Sapphires with a A$300,000 loan to help with post-production costs.

Australia’s key Asian trading partners are feeling the effects of softening external demand caused by Europe’s contraction and the United States’ tepid recovery according to an EFIC report.

Australia’s export credit agency, EFIC, takes us through how its performance, warranty and advance payment bonds helped Refrigeration Engineering fulfill a deal and fund future growth

The export advantages, created by China’s economy, will be one of the topics on the agenda for tomorrow’s Annual Economic Roadshow.

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) reflects on the state of global finance, and looks ahead to the next six months, in its latest newsletter.