Protecting your assets
As the economic slump continues to claim its victims, numberous damage limitation exercises are underway. Governments worldwide are attempting to shield vulnerable enterprises and shore up industry, with varying degrees of success, Carolyn Boyle reports
In times of recession, small businesses are often hit hardest. Even when business is booming, staying in the red can involve a precarious balancing act; when finances are stretched, leaving little margin for error, just one or two unpaid invoices can send small companies into a tailspin.
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