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Country and sector risks worldwide

07/18/2017

The second quarter of 2017 marked a new start for Europe, Russia and, on the sector side, for the automobile and agrofood industries in several countries.
In order to give companies a more complete picture of the risks worldwide, Coface is now publishing quarterly assessments of 12 sectors in 24 countries representing almost 85% of the world's GDP, as well as 160 country risk assessments.

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Infographic: Sector risk assesments Q2 2017

07/18/2017

The second quarter of 2017 marked a new start for Europe, Russia and, on the sector side, for the automobile and agrofood industries in several countries.
In order to give companies a more complete picture of the risks worldwide, Coface is now publishing quarterly assessments of 12 sectors in 24 countries representing almost 85% of the world's GDP, as well as 160 country risk assessments.

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Brexit: Despite several shocks, the United Kingdom will remain attractive for businesses

07/11/2017

Despite the UK economy's resilience, a wait-and-see attitude will develop among businesses and intensify during the negotiations phase.
One year on from the vote to leave the EU, UK businesses are showing resilience, bolstered by household consumption (up 2.6% in 2016), favourable credit conditions and strong worldwide demand. In the last quarter of 2016, companies’ profits totalled over 105 billion pounds sterling - an all-time high. Confidence rose significantly, especially amongst SMEs, after an initial fall in the aftermath of the referendum. Sterling's sharp drop, which is the most visible sign of the looming Brexit, explains the strength of exports, even if the benefits of price competitiveness remain slight.

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Infographic: Brexit - UK will remain attractive for businesses

07/11/2017

Despite the UK economy's resilience, a wait-and-see attitude will develop among businesses and intensify during the negotiations phase

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Corporate payments improve in China in 2016 but ultra-long overdues are up under financial stress

07/06/2017

A survey on corporate credit risk management, to which 1,017 Chinese companies responded, reveals that corporate payments improved in 2016, with only 68% of the respondent companies experiencing overdue payments in 2016 (compared to the previous 5-year average of 80%) and fewer respondents reporting an increase in overdue amounts. Nevertheless, the situation surrounding ultra-long overdues gives cause for alarm, as 35.7% of those companies concerned had ultra-long overdue amounts (over 180 days) which exceeded 2% of their annual turnover.

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