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Global Bankruptcy Report 2017

by Dun & Bradstreet

As cross-border transactions increase, more customers have been expressing a need for the analysis of bankruptcy trends to cover global markets as an index of economic conditions. Dun & Bradstreet have produced the Global Bankruptcy Report in order satisfy this market need.

Analysis shows that bankruptcy rates have declined in the majority of both developed and developing countries. Regionally, 16 out of 23 European countries and 9 out of 11 Asia-Oceana countries have seen decreasing bankruptcy rates—a good sign in a slow growth economy.

This white paper gives a breakdown of bankruptcy reports from various countries such as UK, France, Germany. Find out more…

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