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 July 2023
Our survey found an average 12% increase in overdue invoices during the past year, and 47% of the total value of B2B sales on credit currently remains unpaid at the due date.
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21st June 2023
Cash flow issues remain a major concern for companies polled in the Czech Republic, which said they spent more time and resources on chasing unpaid B2B invoices.
To minimise the risk of incurring severe liquidity issues amid late or non-payment by B2B customers, companies polled in Romania took a wide range of measures.
The Atradius Payment Practices Barometer is an annual survey of business-to-business (B2B) payment practices in markets across the world. These are the 2023 survey findings for Eastern Europe.
Upward trend of B2B bad debts prompts concern about potential cash flow issues and liquidity shortfalls among companies in Slovakia.
A business climate of financial distress can be seen in our survey findings of significantly poorer B2B customer payment behaviour in Bulgaria.
Companies polled in Hungary sharpened cash flow focus due to increased B2B customers' credit risk affecting their business.