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China: Increase in trade credit risk on the horizon?

Payment Practices Barometer

  • China
  • Automotive/Transport,
  • Consumer Durables,

20th May 2019

Survey respondents in China expect trade credit risk to increase over the coming months. Find out more about their business challenges going forward.

Practical Trading information

Advice on trading opportunities including the documents: Export Practice, Credit-to-Cash Briefings and the Atradius Risk Map.

Industry Performance Forecast

An at-a-glance summary graphic of the business performance and credit risk situation of key industries in major markets.

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    Market Monitor Construction Sweden 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Sweden
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Total investment in domestic construction decreased 4% in 2019.

    Market Monitor Construction Singapore 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Singapore
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Lower global trade, ongoing trade policy uncertainty, less demand from China and the ICT downcycle have an immediate impact on Singapore's export-driven economy.

    Market Monitor Construction Australia 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Australia
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Construction is a significant contributor to the Australian economy, accounting for 8.1% of GDP.

    Market Monitor Construction UK 2020

    Market Monitor

    • United Kingdom
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Construction activity decreased towards the end of 2019 against the backdrop of weaker economic growth and political issues (shifting Brexit deadlines and a snap general election in December).

    Market Monitor Construction Poland 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Poland
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    According to Statistics Poland, output of construction and assembly works increased 2.6% in 2019.

    Market Monitor Construction Netherlands 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Netherlands
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Dutch construction contributes approximately EUR 70 billion to, and accounts for 4.5% of GDP.

    Market Monitor Construction Italy 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Italy
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    According to the national association of construction companies (ANCE), in 2019 construction investment increased 1.7% year-on-year, to about EUR 130 billion.

    Market Monitor Construction France 2020

    Market Monitor

    • France
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Growth of French GDP is expected to slow down further in 2020, and the outlook for the construction sector is rather subdued across all major segments.

    Market Monitor Construction Belgium 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Belgium
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Despite low confidence and modest 1.2% GDP growth in 2019, the construction sector performed quite well in terms of volume, and value added increased more than 2%.

    Market Monitor Construction Spain 2020

    Market Monitor

    • Spain
    • Construction

    10th March 2020

    Over the past years construction investment and valued added grew at a faster rate than GDP, benefitting from robust economic growth in Spain, increased foreign investment and low interest rates.

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