Latin American textile, metal and construction industries face credit downgrade in 2015

Alicia Dimas

A Coface, one of the major credit insurance companies operating in Latin America, report for 2015 points out which industry sectors present a higher risk of missing payments in Latin America.

According to the report, the textile/clothing sector has a

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