One-third of Dutch employers think unpaid bills form the biggest threat to their company’s profitability, according to a survey by credit insurance group Atradius.
This is higher than the western European average of almost 30%, the company said.
In total, 33% of Dutch company bosses said they think clients are too slow in paying their bills, compared with 38% in western Europe as a whole. Turkey, Spain, Britain and Italy complain the most about slow payers.
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