credit terms


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credit terms

nplcondizioni fpl di credito
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The ABA, of which Lewis is a member, quickly moved to obtain extended credit terms for inventory and to get stores re-supplied with books.
This results in uneven growth, and in most cases, a loss of credibility with vendors who are promised payment--only to be disappointed after credit terms are extended and promises go unfulfilled.
easing credit card limits and credit terms for new loans
Majority of IT distributors in the volume and value segment in the Middle East IT industry extend credit terms to partners or have developed channel financing schemes as a way of mitigating challenges that reseller businesses may encounter when financing big IT projects.
Both countries, however, are still negotiating the credit terms for the deal, he said, without giving details on the amount of LNG Qatar was willing to supply.
So we could not participate as banks are still reluctant to deal with Greece on open credit terms despite all the noise about easing default fears," said one trader, adding that Hellenic was absent from the market with Urals tenders for many months.
In its new white paper, the Future of Trade Credit, Atradius - which has its UK headquarters in Cardiff - has found that businesses have been negotiating credit terms between other companies to keep the wheels of trade in motion.
AMSTERDAM, June 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Atradius NV, a leading global credit insurer, has today launched its white paper 'The future of trade credit', the aim of which is to establish the effect that the economic downturn of the past two years will have on companies' inclination to offer credit terms of sale to their business to business customers, and to recommend actions to ensure that credit remains the engine of successful trade.
5 Be careful about credit terms you give your customers.
Being on the front lines, they know when competitors are offering better credit terms and when they are getting tough with late payers.
The original rationale for truth-in-lending requirements was to "assure a meaningful disclosure of credit terms so that the consumer will be able to compare more readily the various credit terms available to him and avoid the uninformed use of credit.