Economy

Overview of Vietnam’s B2B e-commerce market
Economy · 03. May 2022
The Covid-19 pandemic has helped propel the omnichannel commerce industry which focuses on providing a seamless experience for customers, whether they're shopping online from a mobile device, computer or at a traditional store.

RUSSIA: SANCTIONS RISKS
Economy · 19. April 2022
Thousands of Russian enterprises are under sanctions. Cooperation with such companies implies the emergence of a compliance risk and may lead to the blocking of the transaction by banks.

Russia-Ukraine Crisis - Implications for the global economy and businesses
Economy · 10. March 2022
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has exposed several geo-political fault lines: a breakdown in supply chains, inaccessibility of critical raw materials, and an impending commodity crisis.

International Women's Day: Women's quota in management positions at 24.1 percent
Economy · 08. March 2022
The quota of women in management positions in Germany is currently 24.1 percent. This is shown by an evaluation published on the occasion of International Women's Day (March 8, 2022) by the information service provider CRIF of just under 2.5 million management positions in 1.2 million companies. In March 2021, the rate was slightly higher at 24.6 percent.

Major trends in Vietnam’s e-commerce market in 2022
Economy · 03. March 2022
Changes in consumer behavior and shopping needs as well as the trend of personalizing the buying experience promise to push the Vietnamese e-commerce market to a new height.

IDENTIFYING SHELL COMPANIES IN EUROPE
Economy · 02. March 2022
Shell company is an international phenomenon. Around the world and, in particular, in Europe, the issue of misuse of preferential taxation using front companies and persons is relevant.

Insolvency risk in the gastronomy industry increases significantly
Economy · 15. February 2022
Number of gastronomy companies at risk of insolvency rises by 30.8 percent in Corona pandemic

PT CRIF Study: 2021 postponement of debt payment obligations (PKPU) in Indonesia
Economy · 09. February 2022
Average increase of Postponement of Debt Payment Obligations (PKPU) in Indonesia in the last 3 years was about 30%. In 2021 was 9.55%, underlying instability of Indonesian economy, even if improving.

PT CRIF STUDY: INDONESIAN ECONOMY, EVEN THOUGH IT IS PREDICTED TO RISE, WE MUST REMAIN VIGILANT
Economy · 04. February 2022
In 2022, it is predicted that many parties will be the momentum of national economic revival.

Forecasts for Vietnam’s stock market in 2022
Economy · 31. January 2022
It is expected that Vietnam’s stock market is likely to experience good growth in 2022, especially when there are more economic recovery support packages.

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