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Singapore: frequent late payments in 2018

Payment Practices Barometer

  • Singapore
  • Automotive/Transport,
  • Chemicals/Pharma,

23rd May 2018

Despite improvements, the vast majority of respondents in Singapore reported frequent late payments by their B2B customers.

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