04 Φεβ 2021
As several vaccines have been approved and are being rolled out, we expect the global economy to rebound in 2021
Atradius know-how on trading opportunities including the documents: Export Practice, Credit-to-Cash Briefings and the Atradius Risk Map.
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07 Δεκ 2021
Brazil's public finances are stuck in a vicious cycle but the comprehensive reforms needed to break out will be difficult.
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01 Δεκ 2021
Most of the businesses polled in Eastern Europe predict growth in 2022. However, this optimistic outlook is tempered by the acknowledgement of downside risks.
Despite a fairly robust GDP growth outlook for next year, confidence of the businesses polled across Bulgaria is muted.
Most of the Czech businesses polled opted to manage customer credit risk internally. However, and despite their efforts, many were not successful at containing year-on-year increases in DSO.
As B2B payments behaviour improves in Hungary, there is still a hint of caution voiced by the businesses we interviewed in the country.
Amid predictions of growth, businesses surveyed in Poland reported having struggled with rising credit management and debt collection costs in recent times.
Businesses polled in Romania favoured the surety of cash sales this year. However, this put them at a disadvantage in a global market place where credit terms are a competitive tool.
Most of the businesses polled in Slovakia reported a decline in late payments. This highly reflects the widespread adoption of credit insurance amongst local businesses polled.
Promising predictions for Turkey in 2022. This can also be seen in the results of this year's survey on local corporate payment practices.
29 Νοε 2021
Supply chain pressures, but higher vehicle sales prices sustain margins
Long payment periods put pressure on smaller suppliers
Sector assessment downgrade as automotive suppliers face major issues
Credit risk situation of automotive suppliers is about to deteriorate
Ongoing issues, but a strong automotive rebound expected in 2022
Cash flow and margins of many automotive suppliers are under pressure
The shift to e-mobility is a major challenge for many suppliers
Stable credit risk situation for the time being, but downside risks remain
Ongoing production delays could impact margins of automotive suppliers
Economic uncertainty hinders external financing for automotive businesses
A sharp increase in automotive insolvencies is expected