When you look back statistically and say if those malls are overtrading
today, then there's a case to be made to almost double the space that's available in terms of retail, just to handle the tourist trade.
Following a broad economic history of Asia from 1500 to the present, chapters examine the impact of the 2008 financial crisis and its global aftermath; policy responses to the crisis in the region and in Japan, China, and Russia specifically; issues of export-led development, Chinese overtrading
, counter-crisis trade expansion, and business cycle decoupling; lessons for Asia from the BRIC countries (the rising economic powers of Brazil, Russia, India, and China); the implications of the Eurozone crisis and global financial imbalances; and intra-Asian stratification.
Ad agencies are a very soft target and hence easily exploited by clients, who in any case are overtrading
and strapped for working capital," said Tanvir Kanji, who heads Inca Tanvir Advertising.
The "real crunch" will come when interest rates start to climb and companies that retrenched top see out the recession try to grow again and find themselves overtrading
Discounters are overtrading
in the canned foods market, while Asda and Morrisons are also showing strong performances.
Sometimes it pays to stay small - too rapid growth can lead to overtrading
and business failure.
appears to be affecting the industry as 737 significant players chase sales at the expense of profitability.
The business opened but got into an overtrading
The Elements of Investing hacks away at all the overtrading
and over thinking so predominant in the hyperactive thought patterns of the average investor.
The first flush of post-recession expansion generated plenty of cash for businesses, but now some are experiencing the sideeffects of growth, including overtrading
and late payment.
after a recession is the biggest problem SMEs face.
Traditionally, each time the economy recovers from a recession or downturn, a large number of businesses fall victim to overtrading
and end up failing in what should be good times, despite having survived years of bad.