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Payment Practices Barometer UK 2016

Payment Practices Barometer

  • United Kingdom
  • Agriculture,
  • Automotive/Transport,

14th April 2016

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Survey findings point to Great Britain as the country in Western Europe that is the most impacted by late payment from export customers.

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    Payment Practices Barometer Brazil 2017

    Payment Practices Barometer

    • Brazil
    • Agriculture,
    • Automotive/Transport,

    12th September 2017

    In 2017, 92.7% of respondents in Brazil reported late payments from their domestic B2B customers and 86.5% in respect to their foreign B2B customers.

    Payment Practices Barometer Americas 2017

    Payment Practices Barometer

    • Brazil,
    • Canada,
    • Agriculture,
    • Automotive/Transport,

    12th September 2017

    After a minor increase from 47.6% in 2015 to 48.4% in 2016, the percentage of overdue B2B invoices appears to be flattening out, rising to 48.8% in 2017.

    Market Monitor Automotive UK 2017

    Market Monitor

    • United Kingdom
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    The short-term outlook remains satisfying, but Brexit will surely have a major impact on domestic car sales and British car exports in the mid-term.

    Market Monitor Automotive USA 2017

    Market Monitor

    • USA
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    Besides the risk of a sales downturn, the economic policies of the Trump administration could pose a potential challenge for the US car industry.

    Market Monitor Automotive China 2017

    Market Monitor

    • China
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    As more and more carmakers rush to enter into the electric and hybrid car segment, annual capacity in China is about to exceed 7 million units by 2020.

    Market Monitor Automotive France 2017

    Market Monitor

    • France
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    Automotive suppliers´ margins remain structurally under pressure, as the powerful car manufacturers demand greater productivity, coupled with lower prices.

    Market Monitor Automotive Italy 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Italy
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    The level of insolvencies in the automotive sector is low compared to other Italian industries, and business failures are expected not to increase in 2017.

    Market Monitor Automotive Germany 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Germany
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    A large number of small supplier businesses could face higher business and credit risks in the future as margins have declined and challenges increase.

    Market Monitor Automotive Japan 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Japan
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    The automotive sector faces decreasing domestic sales due to a decrease in population and a growing share of elderly citizens as well as tax hikes.

    Market Monitor Automotive Spain 2017

    Market Monitor

    • Spain
    • Automotive/Transport

    5th September 2017

    The Spanish automotive industry continues to benefit from the on-going economic rebound of the domestic economy as well as from increasing car exports.

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