This is the first book about international business-to-business
(B2B) credit management to be made available in Chinese; making the
information instantly accessible to Chinese literate executives and
business students in the People's Republic of China, Singapore, at
Universities in the UK and elsewhere in the world.
The People’s Republic of
China (PRC) has some 300,000 businesses engaged in exporting goods, yet
only about 5,000 utilise credit insurance and the vast majority have no
in-house credit management functionaries.
The PRC government estimates that Chinese exporters are
incurring bad debts in the region of 10% of export revenues. Thus
billions of dollars (
US) in export revenues are not being collected. The equivalent bad
debt losses incurred by US exporters run at only around 0.5% of export
This book provides executives with a
practical guide to enable the establishment of essential credit
management practices, yet it is written in a format that is easy to read
The book consists of 250 pages.
Management - an Executive Summary (ISBN: 978-0-470-85111-1)
is published in English by John Wiley and Sons Limited.