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Despite the economic slowdown, Coface’s latest survey on business payments in Poland shows that payment delays have systematically shortened since 2017 - but the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the Polish economy remains to be seen.
Credit risk insurance company Coface Baltics has received information that fraudsters have approached private individuals residing in Latvia on behalf of company’s name by offering them fake insurance and loan services. The company warns residents to be vigilant and precautious as this might be a fraud scheme.
First quarter shows solid operational performance but is impacted by the initial effects of the COVID-19 crisis04/23/2020
Xavier Durand, Coface CEO, commented: “The coronavirus crisis presents an unprecedented shock for our economies and for the credit insurance industry. First and foremost, I am very proud of our teams’ successful efforts to continue supporting our customers despite the containment measures (...)"
Due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its impact on the global economy, it is unlikely that China will be able to achieve its 2020 growth target. Coface forecasts a growth rate of 4% for the Chinese economy in 2020.