July 2007
Uruguay Economic Studies;2007, p35
Country Report
The article provides information on the macro accessibility in Uruguay, particularly its trade and project financing domain. It examines how the exports to the country are managed by its banking systems and foreign exchange controls. Moreover, several financing project of the country is also presented, which includes export-import bank, overseas private investment corporations (OPIC) and commodity credit corporation (CCC).


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