Since the start of the pandemic there has been continual supply chain disruption, starting with business lockdowns across the globe and continuing with intermittent issues, geopolitical crises, and generally tepid economic growth. Recently, there has been inflation and rising interest rates. As a result, cash flow is an ongoing challenge to various business sizes and sectors.
This Javelin Report estimates the size of the international trade market and discusses the factors contributing to ongoing disruption. There is a comprehensive review of traditional trade and supply chain finance tools, as well as the trade credit insurance space. We also review the latest technology trends in the space.
Key questions addressed in this report:
- What is the size of the international commercial market for goods and services?
- What are the factors contributing to ongoing supply chain disruption?
- What types of supply chain finance solutions are available and what technology is being developed to better deliver such working capital capabilities?
Allianz Trade, Atradius, C2FO, Citi, Coface, Contour, Demica, Factors Chain International, GSCF, Global Supply Chain Finance Forum, GT Nexus, Marco Polo, Morgan Stanley, Orbian, Prime Revenue, R3, Taulia, Tradeshift, World Bank, World Trade Organization
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