USA: Global Food Exchange and First International Bank Partner to Offer Online Financing to the Global Food Market
Global Food Exchange, a leading provider of supply chain management solutions for the global food industry, and First International Bank, a subsidiary of First International Bancorp Inc. (NASDAQ: FNCE), have partnered to offer online financing to Global Food Exchange users. Under the agreement, First International Bank will offer 14 commercial and international credit products to Global Food Exchange users, up to US $5 million per transaction.
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