International Debt Collections Handbook

Debt Collection Reports

  • Argentina,
  • Australia,
  • Agriculture,
  • Automotive/Transport,

13th October 2020

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The International Debt Collections Handbook is a key tool for businesses when it comes to making decisions concerning collections in foreign countries.


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    Country Report Chile - May 2021

    Country Report

    • Chile
    • General economic

    11th May 2021

    The Chilean business environment remains one of the best in the region, but increased policy uncertainty could weigh on the economic outlook.

    Country Report UAE - May 2021

    Country Report

    • United Arab Emirates
    • Construction,
    • General economic,

    4th May 2021

    Ongoing rebound, but the credit risk situation of several industries remains strained, in particular in the construction and service sectors.

    Country Report Morocco - April 2021

    Country Report

    • Morocco
    • General economic

    14th April 2021

    The economy is forecast to grow about 5% this year. The scope of recovery in Europe as Morocco’s main export market is playing a pivotal role.

    Israel - UAE trade normalisation

    Economic Note

    • United Arab Emirates
    • General economic

    1st April 2021

    The recent normalisation of diplomatic and trade relations between Israel and the UAE will unlock mutual trade opportunities

    Country Report Indonesia March 2021

    Country Report

    • Indonesia
    • General economic

    30th March 2021

    An economic rebound of more than 4% expected in 2021, but vulnerability to to global financial market turmoil remains an issue

    Country Report Turkey March 2021

    Country Report

    • Turkey
    • General economic

    25th March 2021

    Turkey's economic policy at the crossroads again, while lira volatility and high inflation remain key issues, and non-performing loans increase

    2021: A turn of the tide in insolvencies

    Economic Note

    • Australia,
    • Austria,
    • General economic

    24th March 2021

    As fiscal support is gradually phased out, global corporate insolvencies are forecast to increase by 26% in 2021

    Country Report Poland March 2021

    Country Report

    • Poland
    • General economic

    18th March 2021

    Poland's economy: a solid 3.8% growth outlook in 2021 and rebound of some industries, while credit risk for transport, retail and services remains high

    Country Report China March 2021

    Country Report

    • China
    • General economic

    9th March 2021

    China's economy: a strong rebound forecast in 2021, but ongoing Sino-US trade disputes and increasing political strains with the US remain a downside risk

    Country Report Russia March 2021

    Country Report

    • Russia
    • General economic

    4th March 2021

    Major structural weaknesses weigh on growth prospects


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