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ECIC has been featured in Leadership Magazine, under the topic Proudly supporting South African exporters and investors featuring ECIC CEO Kutoane Kutoane
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ECIC has been featured in Engineering News, under the topic Funding for SA firms seeking to increase African trade and investment exposure featuring ECIC Spokesperson Head of Business Development Ms Portia Dube and dti DDG Ms Lerato Mataboge
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ECIC has been featured in Engineering News, amongst other media, under the topic Nacala corridor transaction reaffirms ‘Africa open for business’
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ECIC has been featured in Bizniz, amongst other media, under the topic Foreign investment, SA expertise and support, delivers Mozambique’s $10bn game changer.
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ECIC has been featured in Business Report, Cape Times, The Mercury, Africa News Agency, Freight & Trading Weekly and Pretoria News amongst other media, under the topic Credit agencies strengthen trade.
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ECIC has been featured in BizNiz under the topic Nacala Logistics Corridor - Funding a vital link across 912kms
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ECIC has been featured in various media over the continent including today.ng, This Day Live, etc. under the topic Afreximbank declares $57.53 million dividend
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ECIC has been featured in The Nigerian Voice under the topic President Buhari Praises Afreximbank’s Dynamism and Tenacious Leadership as Annual Meetings End
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ECIC has been featured in Assets New Hub under the topic New facility aims to boost trade for SA firms in Africa
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The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) celebrated a quarter century of financing and promoting intra- and extra-African trade at an event held on the 11 – 14 July 2018, in Abuja – Nigeria.
ECIC CEO, Kutoane Kutoane joined more than 2,500 business and political leaders from more than 60 countries at the 2018 Annual Meeting and 25th Anniversary Celebration networking event under the theme Celebrating the Past, Shaping the Future with a special focus on “Transforming Africa’s Trade”.