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Coface forecasts that the recession in 2020 (a 4.4% drop in world GDP) will be stronger than that of 2009. Despite the recovery expected in 2021 (+5.1%) – assuming there is no second wave of the coronavirus pandemic – GDP would remain 2 to 5 points lower in the United States, the eurozone, Japan, and the United Kingdom, when compared to 2019 levels.
Following the containment measures taken by several European governments in connection the fight against spread of the Covid 19 we had decided to provide you with support in the form of an extension of the period for Notifying Overdue Accounts by 60 days. We informed you about this decision at the end of March.
First quarter shows solid operational performance but is impacted by the initial effects of the COVID-19 crisis04/23/2020
Xavier Durand, Coface CEO, commented: “The coronavirus crisis presents an unprecedented shock for our economies and for the credit insurance industry. First and foremost, I am very proud of our teams’ successful efforts to continue supporting our customers despite the containment measures (...)"
- Asia-Pacific Corporate Payment Survey 2020: COVID-19 will overturn last year’s incipient recovery
- Focus: Are corporate balance sheets in Spain and Italy ready for the COVID-19 shock?
- Focus: Corporate insolvencies in Europe - temporary framework amendments kick the can down the road