Posner, Martin
December 2001
Credit Management;Dec2001, p18
Trade Publication
Focuses on the impact of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States on international trade in Great Britain and Asia. Growth in commercial failures; Increase in the number of claims for late payments; Decline in credit insurance premiums.


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