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11/13/2018
Corporate Publications

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, spurred on by strong support from governments, its favorable cost-competiveness ratios (compared to nuclear plants or coal facilities) and a less damaging environmental impact.

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10/15/2018
Corporate Publications

Country and sector risks worldwide

• Higher oil prices and continued capital outflows from emerging markets mark the third quarter of 2018
• A wave of sectorial downgrades in Turkey and Argentina
• Risks improve in Central Europe and the CIS
• Downgrades for Pakistan and Nicaragua, mainly due to political risks

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09/06/2018
Corporate Publications

COFACE TOP 500 CEE 2018

Coface announces Top 500 CEE companies: household consumption boosts economic activity in CEE.

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08/21/2018
Corporate Publications

Greece's exit from the international bailout programme

With its exit from the European bailout programme, Greece is looking forward to closure on eight successive years of crises. For the first time since 2008, GDP grew for four consecutive quarters. Growth in 2017 reached +1.4%, driven by investment and dynamic external demand. A further development of +2% is forecast for 2018, despite the eurozone undergoing a slight slowdown.

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06/07/2018
Corporate Publications

Taking stock of global metal sector trends and outlook

Global metals sector: prices to continue to rise in 2018, ahead of a possible slight decline in 2019.

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05/21/2018
Corporate Publications

Western Balkans’ accession to EU membership likely to be completed - supported by the region’s strategic importance

The European Union - Western Balkans Summit will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria, on the 17th of May 2018. This meeting aims to reaffirm the EU’s commitment towards the Western Balkans gaining EU membership. Coface’s economists see the EU accession as likely to happen, particularly as it would counterbalance Russian and Chinese presence in the region.

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04/04/2018
Corporate Publications

Central and Eastern Europe: Political risks on the rise but no impact yet on local businesses

With the wave of ongoing elections in countries such as Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia, Central and Eastern Europe is undergoing a major period of change against the background of economic growth that is still strong. Coface’s political risk index illustrates a diverse picture throughout the region.

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03/08/2018
Corporate Publications

Poland Payment Survey 2018: Payment delays mounting amid robust economic growth

According to our analysis, covering a wide range of company sizes and sectors, sales on credit are made extensively, with all surveyed companies having written terms and conditions to this end, and that 99% of corporates continue to face payment delays, some of which are long and unlikely to be fulfilled.

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11/13/2014
Corporate Publications

Polish insolvencies stop rising - but for how long?

The insolvency statistics for Polish companies reflect an improvement during the first half of 2014. In total 402 companies declared bankruptcy, representing a decrease of 11.5% compared to the same period in 2013.

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07/11/2013
Corporate Publications

2012 Activity report

Jean-Marc Pillu, CEO of Coface:
"In 2012, we combined further profitability and growth, while continuing to assist our customers".

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04/15/2012
Corporate Publications

2011 Activity report

Jean-Marc Pillu, CEO of Coface: «In 2011, we achieved our goal of refocusing our operations on credit insurance».

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