A Second Chance At Success: The Benefits of Debt Restructuring

Due to the start of the 2008 financial crash that has gone on to lead the world into a new depression, Banks have forced companies to substantially reduce their credit lines and/or long-term debts. In fact, as a result of the “Crisis” the overall value of numerous companies’ assets (ex: land, building/property, equipment, etc) have … More A Second Chance At Success: The Benefits of Debt Restructuring

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International Trade, Part III: Countertrade

In this 3rd part of our series on finance in international trade, we’re touching briefly on countertrade, or the trade arrangement in which groups circumvent strict foreign exchange controls and/or low creditworthiness by the practice of countertrade. In brief definition, countertrade is the arrangement in which services and/or goods are exported by a manufacturer with … More International Trade, Part III: Countertrade