Oct 15, 2020

Credit insurance companies: small and medium-sized businesses rated as ticking time bombs

SEEHEIM-JUGENHEIM. Market players are voicing their frustration as credit insurance companies are cutting credit limits in many cases and are partly refusing to provide insurance. In an interview with the Auditor insurance companies, by contrast, state that assessment criteria have remained unchanged since the pandemic struck.
Surveys and Studies
Sep 16, 2020

Survey: hygiene measures in light of the coronavirus

SEEHEIM. The AUDITOR has conducted an anonymous survey on hygiene among companies in different industrial sectors. Excerpts of the answers provided are illustrated in an abstract as a means of displaying the situation in Germany.
Surveys and Studies
Aug 25, 2020

Germany: economy on the road to recovery

FRANKFURT/MUNICH. The mood among business leaders in Germany is still on the upswing as the ifo Business Climate index rose to 92.6 points in August, after 90.4 points in July. Moods, however, differ with many companies still struggling.
Surveys and Studies
Jul 1, 2020

New swine flu virus: potential to spark human pandemic

FRANKFURT. Media reports state that researchers in China have issued warnings over a new H1N1 swine flu strain that spreads to humans. Blood tests showed that workers in pig farms in China have a high degree of antibodies of the virus. Scientist throughout the world agree that further tests and controls are required to prevent a possible pandemic.
Surveys and Studies
Jul 1, 2020

Germany: Covid-19 pandemic hits food industry exports particularly hard

BERLIN The German economy has been hard hit by the virus since March and the impact on the food industry is severe. In a survey recently conducted by AFC Managament Consulting the Federation of German Food and Drink Industries (BVE) highlights the effects the pandemic has had on food industry exports.