Economy · 04. January 2020
According to the most updated data of Vietnam’s General Department of Customs, total export turnover of Vietnam in 2019 was USD 263.45 billion, an increase of 8.1% over 2018. Vietnam’s major export markets are the US, Europe, China, ASEAN, Japan and South Korea. There were 6 items with an export turnover of USD 10 billion or more, including phones and components, electronic products, computers and components, textile, footwear, machinery and spare parts. In addition, there were dozens of...
Economy · 07. December 2019
Unexpected decrease In November, the index of industrial production unexpectedly decreased by 1.6% compared to October, causing the industry's growth to plummet to 5.4%, much lower than the average increase of 9.6% in the first 10 months of the year. However, since the beginning of 2019, the index has increased by 9.3%, which is just lower than the growth rate of 10.1% in the same period last year. In comparison with October, production of the mining industry in November dropped to 5.3%, of...
Economy · 23. November 2019
Vietnam has stepped down a notch from the 69th to 70th in the World Bank (WB) 2020 Ease of Doing Business ranking. The country has made significant improvements in 2 out of 10 areas concerned. However, this downslide is not due to the fact that its performance has not improved but because other countries have made more dramatic improvements than Vietnam. Vietnam’s ease of doing business score has increased over the years. This year, it went up from 68.8 to 69.8 out of the maximum 100 points....
Economy · 04. June 2019
The latest report released by Credito y Caucion predicts that Colombia will maintain solid growth in 2019 and in 2020, around 3%, driven by ...
Insolvencies · 24. May 2019
Atradius expects global insolvencies to increase by 2% ...
Economy · 17. May 2019
Crédito y Caución expect the moderation of Singapore´s economic expansion due to the cooling of world trade...
Economy · 01. February 2019
Romania has shown solid growth in recent years, driven mainly by the growing domestic demand. In 2017, GDP increased by almost 7%, mainly due to the strong growth of private consumption, the increase in wages and the decrease in unemployment.
Economy · 18. January 2019
The gradual economic recovery in South America has been severely affected by a crisis of confidence in Argentina and political uncertainty in Brazil in
Insolvencies · 15. January 2019
Insolvencies and incorporations in Portugal in December 2018. Get all information and statistics per district, per sector…

Market Monitor · 15. January 2019
In general, the food sector continues to perform reasonably well, with a stable or even good credit risk situation in many countries. Despite increased uncertainties from rising trade disputes, food markets have so far remained relatively stable, due to generally good supply conditions across most commodities. That said, in the context of heightened food import bills food markets remain vulnerable, with issues such as commodity price volatility, health issues and weather always difficult to ...

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