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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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    EU moving forward with free trade deals

    Economic Note

    • Argentina,
    • Austria,
    • General economic

    9th July 2019

    The EU continues to buck the international protectionist trend, signing two historic trade agreements.

    Mexico: weaker growth, stronger credit risk perception

    Payment Practices Barometer

    • Mexico
    • Agriculture,
    • Consumer Durables,

    25th June 2019

    Although Mexico is well-positioned to withstand shocks, as its external finances remain strong, the country’s economic outlook is weakening.

    The US: signs of heightening trade credit risk?

    Payment Practices Barometer

    • USA
    • Chemicals/Pharma,
    • Construction,

    25th June 2019

    Despite solid fundamentals, underpinned by persistently strong household and business confidence, clouds are developing over the U.S. economy.

    Brazil: businesses face challenging economic times

    Payment Practices Barometer

    • Brazil
    • Agriculture,
    • Consumer Durables,

    25th June 2019

    The Brazilian economy is going through a significantly challenging phase, which is severely affecting business and consumer sentiment.

    USMCA: trade credit risk worries businesses

    Payment Practices Barometer

    • Canada,
    • Mexico,
    • Automotive/Transport,
    • Construction,

    25th June 2019

    Trade credit risk worries businesses more than trade wars.

    Canada: is the economic outlook really less gloomy?

    Payment Practices Barometer

    • Canada
    • Automotive/Transport,
    • Consumer Durables,

    25th June 2019

    The Canadian economy continues to operate near its potential and the composition of growth is more balanced.

    Market Monitor ICT USA 2019

    Market Monitor

    • USA
    • Electronics/ICT

    18th June 2019

    Despite healthy growth in many ICT segments, stiff competition is leading to low pricing and margin compression for distributors and retailers alike.

    Market Monitor ICT China 2019

    Market Monitor

    • China
    • Electronics/ICT

    18th June 2019

    A major increase in insolvencies is not expected for the time being, but cannot be ruled out should the trade dispute with the US further escalate.

    Market Monitor ICT UK 2019

    Market Monitor

    • United Kingdom
    • Electronics/ICT

    18th June 2019

    Despite the looming Brexit uncertainty, the UK technology sector attracted more venture capital investment in 2018 than any other European country.

    Market Monitor ICT Germany 2019

    Market Monitor

    • Germany
    • Electronics/ICT

    18th June 2019

    Despite further sales growth most businesses continue to operate on very tight margins due to fierce competition, while equity strength is below average.

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