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Asia-Pacific: companies face rising credit risks despite shorter payment delays

07/07/2022

Coface’s 2022 Asia Corporate Payment Survey, conducted between November 2021 and February 2022, provides insights into the evolution of payment behaviour and credit management practices of about 2,800 companies across the Asia-Pacific region during another pandemic year. Respondents came from nine markets (Australia, China, Hong Kong SAR, India, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan) and 13 sectors located in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Outlook 2022: peering through the jungle of economic news

01/07/2022

Coface ventures perilous predictions for 2022 on the world economy and a specific focus on Germany.

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Examining the euro, 20 years on

01/04/2022

To mark the 20th anniversary of the euro’s introduction into European wallets, Coface's economic research team has examined the effects that this change has had in macroeconomic terms.

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Coface launches "GlobaLiner", its new service offer designed to better meet the needs of multinational companies.

12/08/2021

GlobaLiner supports the development of multinational companies with faster contract issuance and greater control over local insurance policies.

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Morocco Corporate Payment Survey 2021: shortened delays but still widespread late payments

01/18/2022

According to Coface's 2021 study on the payment behaviour of companies in Morocco, contractual payment terms in the country remain long, reaching an average of 79 days. However, they have improved significantly, with a shorter duration of about 14 days compared to the previous survey conducted in 2019.

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Barometer Q4 2021: The global recovery continues in 2022, but a bumpy road lies ahead

02/22/2022

Two years after the onset of the pandemic, the global economy continues to recover, but still faces significant challenges. Download the Coface Q4 2021 Country & Sector Risk Barometer and its press release here.

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    Brokers can add value to the relationship they have with their clients, by educating them on credit management issues such as how to avoid the problems of bad debt and late payment, thereby giving clients an opportunity to secure and grow their business.
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