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1 in 4 companies is in default

Did you know that 27% of companies have significant defaults? 64% suffer the negative consequences of delinquency in their activity and 9% are at risk of closing for this reason. This has been shown by the latest Credit Risk Study promoted by Crédito y Caución, Iberinform and IE Business School.

However, one of the most "worrying" data, according to CREDITO y Acción is that, for the first time, the results show a slight worsening in several indicators, such as the rate of companies that have suffered significant defaults in the last twelve months.

Other conclusions of the report point out that the consequences of delinquency increase the financial costs of companies by 39%, represent a loss of revenue of 39% and also limit growth by 16% and new investment by 15%.

According to the study, the behavior in payments of the Administration with companies has registered an improvement. 3% of companies working for the public sector, compared to 7% the previous year, bear default rates that pose a clear risk to their survival.

In the 'business-to-business' (B2B) field, the first worsening since the study was carried out is recorded: 6% of companies bear high default rates with their customers, compared to 3% the previous year.

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