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A major survey has found that 70 percent of companies questioned in the Asia Pacific region experienced overdue payments last year...

Brazil is in the midst of a perfect storm. The enduring political crisis and deep economic recession, which led to the collapse of confidence indexes, have now been topped by an impeachment trial of President Dilma Rousseff. Coface, a global leader in credit insurance and risk management expects no signifiant economic rebound before 2017. Brazil’s economy contracted by 3.8% in 2015 and a further drop in GDP of 3% is expected this year…

Following a long period of increasing demand over the past decade – driven by China – steel is suffering from weak growth in the global economy...

Coface has appointed Graham Crozier as its new Chief Executive in Australia, effective from February 1, this year...

Australian businesses are ideally placed to export goods and services to their regional neighbours thanks to our strategic location, the depressed dollar, a rising middle class, and free trade agreements signed last year with China, Japan and South Korea...

As a global credit insurer, Coface is acutely aware of the amount of companies failing due to unpaid debts...

Coface, a global leader in credit insurance, has launched TradeLiner, a new credit insurance policy for mid-market companies...

A recent survey of companies in the Asia Pacific region found that 70 percent had experienced overdue payments last year – the highest level in three years.

Coface has been awarded Best Provider of Trade Credit Insurance by CFO Innovation Asia for the second year in a row.

Decelerated growth in China could impact significantly on the Asian economy, including Australia, a new survey has found.