Payment Practices Barometer

International survey of B2B payment behaviour

Hungary

Hungary

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Invoice late payment (domestic and foreign) is reflected in the Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) figure posted by Hungarian respondents, averaging 80 days (nearly one month longer than two years ago).

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Poland

Poland

57.6% of the companies surveyed in Poland (60% in Eastern Europe and 51.4% in Western Europe) reported that domestic late payment is most often due to the B2B customers’ lack of liquidity.

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Slovakia

Slovakia

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Domestic B2B customers of respondents in Slovakia seem to take slightly longer to pay their overdue invoices than foreign customers do.

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Turkey

Turkey

60% of Atradius PPB respondents in Turkey suffer payment delays from domestic buyers because buyers are short on funds.

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Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Over the past two years, in line with observations in Eastern Europe, the Czech Republic recorded an increase in domestic and foreign overdue payment levels.

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Payment Practices Barometer - May 2015 - Eastern Europe

2015 is expected to be a difficult year for Eastern Europe. This is forecast to place a long-term strain on corporate payment behaviour in many countries in the region.

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Payment Practices Barometer - April 2015 - Western Europe

B2B payment default in Western Europe remain quite significant. This is expected to slow the still weak economic recovery, particularly of the Eurozone and keep insolvency rates well above 2007 levels.

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Statistical appendix

The Statistical appendix to the May 2015 edition of the Payment Practices Barometer (survey results for Eastern Europe) is available here

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