Expert study: UBS outlook foreign trade
With an export ratio of nearly 52 percent, the Swiss economy is heavily reliant on international trade. Despite a steady fall in exports to Europe, over 56 percent of Swiss exports in 2012 still went to EU countries, with the EU accounting for 75 percent of imports that same year. This edition of “UBS outlook” highlights the significance of emerging markets in international trade and the general trends in foreign trade. It also presents potential financial solutions for minimizing risk and boosting corporate earnings over the long term.
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UBS Quotes offers you comprehensive financial information from the most important trading centers around the world, as well as news on what’s currently happening in the markets.
Our global network of proven experts lets us offer you in-depth reports and forecasts on the economy, interest rates, currencies, and markets around the world.
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Partners and cooperation
You benefit from the excellent long-standing connections we’ve built up with government offices and other partners. We are a certifying bank for the trade promotion programs of the EBRD, IFC and ADB, which extends the risk coverage options we have available. We also have a long-term relationship with SERV and other export risk insurers. On top of this, we cultivate partnerships with well-known associations, networks, and platforms.
With a comprehensive network of around 3,000 correspondent banks, we offer Swiss companies greater flexibility for their international business, and support active trade finance relationships with banks.
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