Why Germany's credit insurance masterstroke is a lesson for the UK

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Why Germany's credit insurance masterstroke is a lesson for the UK

Credit insurance expert Mike Stott on how the government needs to do more

At some point the lockdown will be lifted. The shops, pubs and restaurants will reopen. People will go back to work. But business won't be the same. Let's fast forward ten weeks or so. Your company has borrowed from the bank, most of the people who work for you still have jobs and production has started up. You receive a large order from a customer who ordered regularly from you before the world had heard of Coronavirus. You want to supply him, but he has asked for 60 days' credit. How do you...

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