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EXPORT CREDIT INSURANCES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE CASE OF TURKEY AND IMT COUNTRIES

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Export credit insurance is one of the substantial tools to promote export in a country. This paper endeavours to find out the effect of Export Credit Insurance covered by Export Credit Agencies on the developing countries’ export figures and GDP. The countries subject to the analysis are Turkey and Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand also known as IMT Countries. The relationship between export value, economic growth and export credit insurances is going to be analysed using Vector Autoregression (VAR) Model.

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