Category: Going Global

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Country Report Russia March 2021

Major structural weaknesses weigh on growth prospects Political situation Relations with Western countries have deteriorated further In a referendum held

EDC, Front Page, Going Global

COVID-19 impacts vary across countries

If it’s darkest before dawn, then in much of the world, the first few months of 2021 are likely to

Atradius, Going Global

Country Report USA 2021

8th February 2021 A robust economic rebound expected in 2021, but major downside risks remain Political situation Policy uncertainty has

Business, Coface, Front Page, Going Global

Global Risk Sector Assessment Map

Coface Sector Risk Assessments – Q3 2019 13 major sectors assessed worldwide and 5 financial indicators are taken into account:

Canada, Front Page, Going Global, Uncategorized

The Canadian Export Opportunity

Today, 14 free trade agreements (FTAs) give Canadian companies preferential access to 49 foreign markets, 63 percent of the world’s GDP as

Atradius, Front Page, Going Global

Global Country Risk Map: Q4 2019

Global Country Risk Map: Q4 2019 The Atradius Risk Map gives an overview of the level of risk associated with

Euler Hermes, Front Page, Going Global

8 Steps to Prepare Your Business For International Expansion

Original Article Are you thinking about expanding your business overseas? Is your business ready to make the move? As your

Coface, Front Page, Going Global

TRADE TENSIONS RETURN TO THE FOREFRONT OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

TRADE TENSIONS RETURN TO THE FOREFRONT OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY US/China trade war, struggling automotive sector, slower growth in emerging

Coface, Front Page, Going Global

ASIA CORPORATE PAYMENT SURVEY 2019

ASIA CORPORATE PAYMENT SURVEY 2019 Coface’s 2019 Asia Corporate Payment Survey covered over 3,000 companies in nine economies (Australia, China,

Atradius, Front Page, Going Global

Private debt could amplify costs of the trade war

Private debt could amplify costs of the trade war Private sector debt developments in the US and China probably won’t