Improved payment morale

By: trademagazin Date: 2009. 11. 06. 00:02

According to the most recent report of Dun & Bradstreet ; The economic crisis brought new trends in the payment patterns: in low rates, but the Hungarian payment morale has improved, compared to October 2008.

Although the domestic businesses only pay their accounts 48 percent in time. This means a 4 percentage points improvement and the average payment period decreased by 1 day.
On the basis of the datas of the Payment Experience of Dun & Bradstreet ® DunTrade; in cases of the bills of the last quarter, the average payment period is 31 days, while until the end of 2008 it was still too close to the 34 days.

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