Payment Practices Barometer
19th October 2016
As a consequence of late payment by B2B customers, 45% of suppliers surveyed in India reported they had to take specific measures to correct cash flow.
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11th August 2022
Vietnam: despite some headwinds the economic performance remains strong, and provides business opportunities for exporters
13th July 2022
Economic disruptions from the war in Ukraine, lingering lockdown restrictions and multi-decade high inflation have generated a new set of adverse shocks for the global economy
7th July 2022
An economic rebound is underway and sectors have recovered, but downside risks persist
6th July 2022
Days-Sales-Outstanding worsens (DSO) for one third of companies polled across all US industries. Payment default from B2B customers remains a major headache for companies.
Over than 10% increase in the Mexico market in the levels of both B2B customer payment defaults and bad debts written off as uncollectible.
The impact of the alarming surge of inflation on businesses, and the consequent need to protect cash flow and profitability, lies at the heart of our latest survey in the USMCA.
The need for strong strategic credit risk management is a high priority in the Canadian market.
28th June 2022
The 2022 edition of the Atradius Payment Practices Barometer for Asia reveals a sharp rise in B2B bad debts written off as uncollectable. This represents a threat of liquidity strains for businesses.
Companies polled in Vietnam said they needed measures to avoid being liquidity squeezed due to the impacts of customer payment default on the business.
Companies polled in India told us of the difficulty they found in collecting long unpaid trade debt.