Payment delays have remained largely stable and payment duration improved. Bankruptcy and failed collection attempts remain top reasons for write-offs.
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Due to its high export ratio the industry is highly susceptible to rising geopolitical risks, exchange rate volatility, and rising protectionism.
Business performance and profit margins of machinery traders could be negatively affected by the ongoing trade dispute between China and the United States.
Due to its high export ratio the industry is highly susceptible to external risks like a deterioration in the Eurozone and rising protectionism.
Some caution is still advised on businesses dependent on the oil/gas and the mining industry, due to potential impacts of energy price volatility.
The bright outlook presented in May has proven true but clouds are quickly gathering on the horizon. In an increasingly uncertain environment, there is no room for policy mistakes.
The election of Brazil's new president ends a long period of political uncertainty, but the window for much-needed reform is very narrow.
After a minor increase from 2016 to 2017, the proportion of past due B2B receivables in Western Europe increased again this year and stands at 41.8%.
All survey respondents in Austria (100%) reported domestic payment delays. This is the highest percentage in the region, significantly higher than in 2017.
The average proportion of overdue B2B invoices reported by respondents in Belgium increased for the third consecutive year in a row and stands at 45.6%.
The survey’s biggest negative change in the proportion of uncollectable receivables was recorded in Denmark; up from 1.3% in 2017 to 1.8% in 2018.