Insurability of export credit risks
AbstractThis report presents an analysis of the market for export credit insurance. Governments of all developed countries oer exporting companies export credit (re)insurance, either directly or indirectly. This raises the questions 1. What are the key determinants of export credit risk insurability by the private market? 2. Which export credit risks can be covered by the private market? We provide an answer to these questions by means of a literature review and an extensive field study, with special emphasis of the role of the Dutch government as a reinsurer of certain export credit risks.
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Date of creation: 2003
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