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Contact us Find a document Become a member Careers More sites. Quotes Highlights What's inside? About Global Survey Sponsors Download. A lack of access to trade finance is a barrier preventing small business from making the most of the opportunities that trade provides and it demands our urgent attention. Trade financing is an essential tool to enable the trade of goods and—increasingly—services, allowing local firms and value chains to sell into global markets.
A comprehensive digital transformation of trade will not be successful until all major links in the value chain collaborate. Digitalisation in the trade finance sector will boost economic growth and sustainable development.
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Digitalisation will make trade more inclusive. We need to do everything we can now to stimulate growth. Trade finance is an obvious place for policymakers to start. Roberto Azevedo. Arancha Gonzalez.
Sukand Ramachandran. Natalie Blyth. John W. Denton AO. Third, to better analyse the cross-border transmission of financial and real shocks. Fourth, to incorporate the findings into the design of policy, including macroprudential and monetary policy.
This paper surveys the theoretical and empirical literature on the macroeconomic implications of financial imperfections. It focuses on two major channels through which financial imperfections can affect macroeconomic outcomes. The first channel, which operates through the demand side of finance and is captured by financial accelerator-type mechanisms, describes how changes in borrowers' balance sheets can affect their access to finance and thereby amplify and propagate economic and financial shocks.
The second channel, which is associated with the supply side of finance, emphasises the implications of changes in financial intermediaries' balance sheets for the supply of credit, liquidity and asset prices, and, consequently, for macroeconomic outcomes. These channels have been shown to be important in explaining the linkages between the real economy and the financial sector. That said, many questions remain.
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