Trade Receivable Platforms Start To See Defaults As Firms Defer Vendor Dues
An employee collects mercandise at the end of a conveyor belt in a warehouse operated by Future Supply Chain Solutions Ltd. near the Multi-modal International Cargo Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN) in Nagpur, India. (Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)

Trade Receivable Platforms Start To See Defaults As Firms Defer Vendor Dues

Electronic trade receivable platforms, which had gathered steam over the last few years, have started to see sporadic instances of default, according to executives at three different platforms who ...
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