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Ebury and SACE SIMEST, a partnership that will boost the internationalisation of Italian SMEs

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e are happy to announce our partnership with SACE SIMEST, the export credit agency and internationalisation hub of Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, to support Italian exporters with a broader set of global transaction banking services, to boost their growth.

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Mauro Miotto

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