WASHINGTON -- the Institute of International Finance has called for reforms in government export-credit guarantee programs, including changes aimed at supporting longer-term projects in developing countries.

John Heseltine, acting managing director of the international banking institute, said the Group of Seven industrialized nations should focus efforts on reforming trade and project finance because "it could be, and should be, a strong stimulus in the developing world."

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