Eximgarant of Belarus has protected trade interests of Belarusian manufacturers in 57 countries
Export of goods and services remains one of the priorities of Belarus’ social and economic policy in 2016-2020. The government has approved the national export promotion program for the current five-year term. In order to achieve the targets set out in the program, the authorities and exporters will have to work hard to advance to new promising markets, to strengthen positions on the traditional ones, and find new niches for Belarusian goods. Given the current economic conditions, the country can address these challenges only if it makes an effective use of all mechanisms of export financing and government support, including export credit and insurance. Economy of Belarus Magazine talks to Director General of Eximgarant of Belarus Gennady MITSKEVICH about export insurance in Belarus.
Mr Mitskevich, Eximgarant of Belarus turned 15 in May this year. The anniversary is a reason to recall how it all began...
In the independent Belarus exporters needed the support at the level of the government. That was the main thing that tipped the scales in favor of the establishment of Eximgarant of Belarus. At that time there was the insurance company Belgosvneshstrakh, a subsidiary of Belgosstrakh, which provided,