European companies could get almost –900 billion out of their balance sheets through better working capital management, research suggests.
July 24, 2012
European companies could improve their working capital by almost €900 billion in aggregate through better management of their receivables, payables, and inventory, a consultancy specializing in working capital management has calculated. Read more...
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