Start-ups at risk from credit crunch

January 2008
Credit Control;2008, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p64
Trade Publication
The article reports on the adverse effects of liquidity crisis on the economy of Great Britain. It states that there are several fields affected by credit crunch including the declension of consumer spending, the growth of commercial fraud and corporate liquidations. However, the business sectors that are far more likely affected by the economic crisis will be the fast growing new business community in the country.


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