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Business Insurance after COVID-19: Are You Protected?

Across almost every industry, companies have modified the way they conduct business in response to COVID-19. Despite making substantial changes

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How to create a winning business plan!

Your business plan is a crucial document for your new company. It says who you are, describes your business and shows how

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GLOBAL TRANSPORT: WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD BEYOND COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a mobility crisis, mainly because of physical distancing requirements and the necessity to avoid confined

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Mind the bankruptcy gap, research suggests

Expected credit losses look low, but tail risks are lurking While corporate bankruptcies have remained low throughout the pandemic, banks

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The robots are coming!

Mechanization is an answer to a lot of the economy’s structural puzzles Humanoid robots are only a year away. So,

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Federal partners work to rally Canada’s recovery

It takes a village: New pan-government initiative aims to boost Canada’s economic recovery post-pandemic For Canadian businesses who export goods

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COFACE AND BANCA VALSABBINA JOIN FORCES TO SUPPORT COMPANIES IN ITALY AND INTERNATIONALLY

Milan, August 4, 2021 – Coface, a world leader in credit insurance, and Banca Valsabbina, bank operating in Northern Italy,

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Exports as a global recovery gauge

The Tokyo Olympic medal standings highlight in full colour how the world is changing. When I was a kid, the

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Pandemic pivot: Canada’s resilient food and beverage sector

It’s not very often the words “extremely optimistic” are heard in relation to the socio-economic impacts of the pandemic. Yet,