Financial shocks and trade finance: Evidence from Korea
Using two novel measures of bank-intermediated trade finance in Korea, this paper empirically assesses the effects of financial shocks on the availability of trade finance and finds that these effects are generally negative and last for at least three months, implying significant delays and losses for traders.
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