Apr 09, 2022
In General Discussion
The European payment index 2012 by Email List Justitia, a company specializing in debt collection that interviewed over 8,000 companies in the first quarter of 2012 in 28 countries of the old continent, explains that 57% of the Email List companies interviewed declared that they have liquidity problems due to late payments, an increase of 10% compared to last year. But if in Greece there are 96% of companies with liquidity problems, in Finland they are only 37%. Credit losses reached € 340 billion. In 2011, 2.8% of the total turnover of companies Email List was not paid. Here too, however, there are wide differences. Germany saw credit losses decrease by 17% compared to the previous year to 2.0%, the lowest level Email List since 2008. The United Kingdom, the third largest European economy, on the other hand shows a negative trend. Loan losses increased by 9% to 3.5%. On average, the contractual payment times. And according to 94% of European Email List companies in the next 12 months the payment risk will increase or remain stable. Italy's negative record In Italy, 70% of companies suffer from liquidity problems due to late payments. An Email List increase of 6% compared to last year. Credit losses remained stable at 2.6% of turnover. A figure equal to 40.52 billion euros, while on average, the contractual payment times for the B2B sector have been reduced from 69 to 65 days. Days of delay are also reduced, from 34 to 31 days.