Monday, June 26 2017 | ASIA TODAY INTERNATIONAL - Reporting the Business that Matters in Asia
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Businesses have proven their resilience since the referendum, but a downturn in investments is starting to be seen. The fall in growth (1.4% in 2017 and 1.2% in 2018) will lead to a rise in the number of business failures, of 8.7%1 and 8%1 respectively
Mixed resilience, first signs of Brexit during the exit negociations phase but still some positive points…
The diversification of the Russian economy, made necessary by a slump in oil prices that is set to last, is coming up against structural constraints that may well have a deleterious effect on its mid-term growth.
Coface, the worldwide leader in trade credit management solutions and risk information services, has published its first-ever Credit Opinion Survey for the UAE region (...)
Coface places digital transformation at the heart of its strategy with launch of new customer portal
Coface’s new customer portal and fully revamped CofaNet online credit insurance contract management tool are being launched today. With the new solutions, customers will benefit from innovative features, unique access, customised content, advanced ergonomics, real time results displays and easier contacts.
One of the priorities of Coface’s three-year strategic plan Fit-to-Win is to enhance Client Service.
Labour shortages in the Central and Eastern Europe region: an opportunity for households but a threat for local companies
Developments in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) labour markets have been beneficial for households. Rising wages and low inflation, combined with improving consumer confidence, have led to lower unemployment rates and an increase in private consumption.
Coface results for Q1-2017: Net income at €7.3m driven by an improvement in net loss ratio. Fit to Win progressing as planned.
Net income at €7.3m driven by an improvement in net loss ratio. Fit to Win progressing as planned.
The Registration Document of COFACE SA for 2016 (Document de référence 2016 in French) was filed with the French financial markets authority (Autorité des marchés financiers - AMF) on April 12th 201
A survey on corporate credit risk management, to which 1,017 Chinese companies responded, reveals that corporate payments improved in 2016, with only 68% of the respondent companies experiencing overdue payments in 2016 (...)
The widespread rise in the political risk conceals mixed regional dynamics
Conflicts grew by +100% between 2007 and 2015. 2017 likely to pay a heavy price, due to intensification of armed conflicts
12 major sectors assessed worldwid
Country and sector risks worldwide - Business confidence is picking up again, despite persistent political risk
Main economic surprise of early 2017: the rise in business confidence is perceptible, but is not yet generating a positive widespread upturn in country and risk assessments.
RMB depreciation, capital flow measures and new monetary stance: What are the implications for Chinese corporates?
The potential depreciation of the renminbi (RMB), along with the implementation of capital flow measures, are longstanding concerns for China.