Tighter global liquidity and Asia: not all gloom and doom


Asia has been under pressure following tighter global liquidity in 2018. Coface’s index for measuring relative vulnerability to outflows points to increasing divergence in Asia.

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French companies in 2019: Rise in insolvencies


After two years of improvement, insolvencies are on the rise and this trend should continue in 2019 (forecast of +0.8%). This uptrend mainly affects micro-enterprises with revenues of less than EUR 500,000.

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SMEs in China: Monetary easing won’t be sufficient to reduce credit pressure


When considering risk in the Chinese economy, a lot of the discussion has focused on large State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) or large private conglomerates (...)

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Wind energy industry: Production costs will increase under the influence of the trade war and the liquidity squeeze


Alongside other renewables, wind energy has experienced a strong growth since the mid-2000s across the world (...)

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Country and sector risks worldwide: Some emerging economies become increasingly vulnerable


Higher oil prices and continued capital outflows from emerging markets mark the third quarter of 2018

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US protectionism: Significant knock-on effect on trade partners of targeted countries


Use of import tariffs by the US has doubled since 2009, with a sharp increase between 2016 and 2018. Nevertheless, these tariffs still only account for one-sixth of protectionist measures in place worldwide.

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