Firms toughen up on late payments

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UK companies are chasing payments an average of 39 days earlier than in 2008, law firm claims

Clock ticking: Firms are more stringent when it comes to collecting money in 2009 UK businesses are becoming more cut-throat when chasing late payments in the economic downturn, claims debt recovery...

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