Turkey records dynamic growth but is increasingly vulnerable to external factors


Turkey’s economy recorded substantial growth during the first three quarters of 2017, up by 7.4% compared to a year earlier. This was achieved despite the series of shocks which occurred in the country in 2016 (...)

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Country Risk Conference. 2018: the upturn continues, but corporates risk overheating


During its annual conference on country and sector risks, Coface shares with companies its vision of the major global economic trends for 2018 (...)

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Although dynamic, France’s organic food sector could be forced to abandon its original principles in order to increase scale


The increasing preference of households for organic food is reflected in the sector’s very strong growth which is expected to exceed €8 billion in 2017

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China's ambitions in sub-Saharan Africa: efforts to rebalance bi-lateral relations still needed


Almost twenty years after the launch of the first Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, China-Africa relations remain unbalanced. Bilateral trade has leaped over the past ten years (a total of $123 billion in 2016), driven, up to 2014, by exports, which have fallen by 51% since the peak.

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Germany’s corporate payment survey 2017


The second annual corporate payment survey for Germany carried out by Coface confirms many of the foregone trends. However, some improvements can be seen (...)

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Poland Insolvency Report: Insolvencies and restructuring proceedings still on the rise, despite a robust economy


Insolvencies and restructuration proceedings increased by 14% in the first three quarters of 2017 compared to the same period last year. Most sectors experienced an increase in the number of proceedings.

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