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CHINA-COMPANIES/CASHFLOW
RTX25IFU
February 04, 2016
Brothers Zhang Guantian (R), 23, and Zhang Guanzhou, 21, wait for a bus that will take them home for...
Dongguan, China
Brothers Zhang Guantian and Zhang Guanzhou wait for bus that will take them home for the annual Chinese...
Brothers Zhang Guantian (R), 23, and Zhang Guanzhou, 21, wait for a bus that will take them home for the annual Chinese New Year holiday, at a bus station in Dongguan, southern China February 1, 2016. As China's economy hits its slowest growth in 25 years, businesses are finding ever more cash tied up in unsold stock and unpaid invoices as industry shirks the pain of trimming capacity and struggling customers take longer to pay. Picture taken February 1, 2016. REUTERS/James Pomfret
CHINA-COMPANIES/CASHFLOW
RTX25IFT
February 04, 2016
A worker carries a metal rod inside a factory applying powder coating in Dongguan, southern China January...
Dongguan, China
A worker carries a metal rod inside a factory applying powder coating in Dongguan, southern China
A worker carries a metal rod inside a factory applying powder coating in Dongguan, southern China January 28, 2016. As China's economy hits its slowest growth in 25 years, businesses are finding ever more cash tied up in unsold stock and unpaid invoices as industry shirks the pain of trimming capacity and struggling customers take longer to pay. Picture taken January 28, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
CHINA-COMPANIES/CASHFLOW
RTX25IFS
February 04, 2016
A worker looks on during a powder coating process on aluminum plates inside a factory in Dongguan, southern...
Dongguan, China
A worker looks on during a powder coating process on aluminum plates inside a factory in Dongguan
A worker looks on during a powder coating process on aluminum plates inside a factory in Dongguan, southern China January 28, 2016. As China's economy hits its slowest growth in 25 years, businesses are finding ever more cash tied up in unsold stock and unpaid invoices as industry shirks the pain of trimming capacity and struggling customers take longer to pay. Picture taken January 28, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
CHINA-COMPANIES/CASHFLOW
RTX25IFP
February 04, 2016
Migrant workers laden with baggage and luggage queue for trains that will take them home for the annual...
Dongguan, China
Migrant workers laden with baggage and luggage queue for trains that will take them home for the annual...
Migrant workers laden with baggage and luggage queue for trains that will take them home for the annual Chinese New Year holiday at Dongguan East Train Station in Dongguan, southern China February 1, 2016. As China's economy hits its slowest growth in 25 years, businesses are finding ever more cash tied up in unsold stock and unpaid invoices as industry shirks the pain of trimming capacity and struggling customers take longer to pay. Picture taken February 1, 2016. REUTERS/James Pomfret
CHINA-COMPANIES/CASHFLOW
RTX25IFO
February 04, 2016
Migrant workers laden with baggage and luggage queue for trains that will take them home for the annual...
Dongguan, China
Migrant workers laden with baggage and luggage queue for trains that will take them home for the annual...
Migrant workers laden with baggage and luggage queue for trains that will take them home for the annual Chinese New Year holiday at Dongguan East Train Station in Dongguan, southern China February 1, 2016. As China's economy hits its slowest growth in 25 years, businesses are finding ever more cash tied up in unsold stock and unpaid invoices as industry shirks the pain of trimming capacity and struggling customers take longer to pay. Picture taken February 1, 2016. REUTERS/James Pomfret
USA-PUERTORICO/DEFAULT
RTX1MXE1
August 04, 2015
Ana Rodriguez, a tourist from California, looks at a shirt in a souvenir shop in San Juan, Puerto Rico,...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Ana Rodriguez, a tourist from California, looks at a shirt in a souvenir shop in San Juan
Ana Rodriguez, a tourist from California, looks at a shirt in a souvenir shop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted on debt by paying only a fraction of what was due August 1, showing the depth of the island's economic and cashflow problems and potentially opening the door to broader defaults and litigation from bondholders. The U.S. commonwealth paid only $628,000 of a $58 million payment due on its Public Finance Corp (PFC) bonds, the head of its Government Development Bank said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/DEFAULT
RTX1MXDY
August 04, 2015
A woman shops for fruit at a market in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
A woman shops for fruit at a market in San Juan
A woman shops for fruit at a market in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted on debt by paying only a fraction of what was due August 1, showing the depth of the island's economic and cashflow problems and potentially opening the door to broader defaults and litigation from bondholders. The U.S. commonwealth paid only $628,000 of a $58 million payment due on its Public Finance Corp (PFC) bonds, the head of its Government Development Bank said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/DEFAULT
RTX1MXDU
August 04, 2015
A woman looks at trousers at a store in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
A woman looks at trousers at a store in San Juan
A woman looks at trousers at a store in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted on debt by paying only a fraction of what was due August 1, showing the depth of the island's economic and cashflow problems and potentially opening the door to broader defaults and litigation from bondholders. The U.S. commonwealth paid only $628,000 of a $58 million payment due on its Public Finance Corp (PFC) bonds, the head of its Government Development Bank said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/DEFAULT
RTX1MXDR
August 04, 2015
Tourists stand inside a souvenir shop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tourists stand inside a souvenir shop in San Juan
Tourists stand inside a souvenir shop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted on debt by paying only a fraction of what was due August 1, showing the depth of the island's economic and cashflow problems and potentially opening the door to broader defaults and litigation from bondholders. The U.S. commonwealth paid only $628,000 of a $58 million payment due on its Public Finance Corp (PFC) bonds, the head of its Government Development Bank said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/DEFAULT
RTX1MXDC
August 04, 2015
People shop in a store in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted on debt by...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
People shop in a store in San Juan
People shop in a store in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted on debt by paying only a fraction of what was due August 1, showing the depth of the island's economic and cashflow problems and potentially opening the door to broader defaults and litigation from bondholders. The U.S. commonwealth paid only $628,000 of a $58 million payment due on its Public Finance Corp (PFC) bonds, the head of its Government Development Bank said in a statement on Monday. The sign reads: "Clearance due to closing." REUTERS/Alvin Baez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-PUERTORICO/DEFAULT
RTX1MXDB
August 04, 2015
A man walks through the showroom of a furniture store in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
A man walks through the showroom of a furniture store in San Juan
A man walks through the showroom of a furniture store in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 3, 2015. Puerto Rico has defaulted on debt by paying only a fraction of what was due August 1, showing the depth of the island's economic and cashflow problems and potentially opening the door to broader defaults and litigation from bondholders. The U.S. commonwealth paid only $628,000 of a $58 million payment due on its Public Finance Corp (PFC) bonds, the head of its Government Development Bank said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
HOMERENTALS-ABS/
RTX14N7N
October 25, 2013
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche Bank, Credit...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan will begin marketing the first-ever bond backed by US home-rental cashflows, a US$500 million trade for private-equity giant Blackstone, next Wednesday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTX14N7M
October 25, 2013
People ride the escalators in the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche...
New York, UNITED STATES
People ride the escalators in the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York
People ride the escalators in the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan will begin marketing the first-ever bond backed by US home-rental cashflows, a US$500 million trade for private-equity giant Blackstone, next Wednesday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS)
USA/
RTX14N76
October 25, 2013
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche Bank, Credit...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan will begin marketing the first-ever bond backed by US home-rental cashflows, a US$500 million trade for private-equity giant Blackstone, next Wednesday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
HOMERENTALS-ABS/
RTX14N74
October 25, 2013
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche Bank, Credit...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York
People walk by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York October 24, 2013. Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan will begin marketing the first-ever bond backed by US home-rental cashflows, a US$500 million trade for private-equity giant Blackstone, next Wednesday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
RIOTINTO/
RTXXOCR
February 10, 2011
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February...
London, United Kingdom
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February 10, 2011. Global miner Rio Tinto surprised investors by more than doubling its full-year dividend and promising to return $5 billion (3 billion pounds) to shareholders by 2012, looking to soak up bumper cashflows after it reported a record second-half profit. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
RIOTINTO/
RTXXOCL
February 10, 2011
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February...
London, United Kingdom
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February 10, 2011. Global miner Rio Tinto surprised investors by more than doubling its full-year dividend and promising to return $5 billion (3 billion pounds) to shareholders by 2012, looking to soak up bumper cashflows after it reported a record second-half profit. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
RIOTINTO/
RTXXOCJ
February 10, 2011
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February...
London, United Kingdom
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February 10, 2011. Global miner Rio Tinto surprised investors by more than doubling its full-year dividend and promising to return $5 billion (3 billion pounds) to shareholders by 2012, looking to soak up bumper cashflows after it reported a record second-half profit. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
RIOTINTO/
RTXXOCE
February 10, 2011
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February...
London, United Kingdom
Rio Tinto CEO Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London
Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese poses for photographs at a financial institution in London February 10, 2011. Global miner Rio Tinto surprised investors by more than doubling its full-year dividend and promising to return $5 billion (3 billion pounds) to shareholders by 2012, looking to soak up bumper cashflows after it reported a record second-half profit. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
VODAFONE/
RTXQKHR
November 10, 2009
A pedestrian passes a Vodafone store on Oxford Street in central London, November 10, 2009. Vodafone,...
London, United Kingdom
A pedestrian passes a Vodafone store on Oxford Street in central London
A pedestrian passes a Vodafone store on Oxford Street in central London, November 10, 2009. Vodafone, the world's largest mobile phone operator by revenue, has doubled its cost cutting target to 2 billion pounds by 2012, after a successful start to the programme boosted cashflow. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN BUSINESS)
BRITAIN BCC/SURVEY
RTX9AQD
October 07, 2008
A shopper passes a clearance sale sign at a store in Manchester, northern England October 7, 2008. October...
London, United Kingdom
A shopper passes a clearance sale sign at a store in Manchester
A shopper passes a clearance sale sign at a store in Manchester, northern England October 7, 2008. October 7, 2008. Confidence among British firms fell to its lowest on record in the third quarter as sales and orders tumbled, a survey from the British Chamber of Commerce said on Tuesday. The BCC said its survey of over 5,000 businesses suggested Britain's economic recession has started and was getting worse. Confidence balances for both manufacturing and services sectors fell sharply for a second consecutive month to their lowest level since 1989 while cashflow balances and recruitment also dipped across the sectors. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN BCC/SURVEY
RTX9AOE
October 07, 2008
Shoppers walk past sale signs at a department store in Manchester, northern England October 7, 2008....
London, United Kingdom
Shoppers walk past sale signs at a department store in Manchester, northern England
Shoppers walk past sale signs at a department store in Manchester, northern England October 7, 2008. Confidence among British firms fell to its lowest on record in the third quarter as sales and orders tumbled, a survey from the British Chamber of Commerce said on Tuesday. The BCC said its survey of over 5,000 businesses suggested Britain's economic recession has started and was getting worse. Confidence balances for both manufacturing and services sectors fell sharply for a second consecutive month to their lowest level since 1989 while cashflow balances and recruitment also dipped across the sectors. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN BCC/SURVEY
RTX9ALG
October 07, 2008
Clearance sale signs and a To Let board are seen outside a clothing in Manchester, northern England October...
London, United Kingdom
Clearance sale signs and a To Let board are seen outside a clothing in Manchester, northern England
Clearance sale signs and a To Let board are seen outside a clothing in Manchester, northern England October 7, 2008. Confidence among British firms fell to its lowest on record in the third quarter as sales and orders tumbled, a survey from the British Chamber of Commerce said on Tuesday. The BCC said its survey of over 5,000 businesses suggested Britain's economic recession has started and was getting worse. Confidence balances for both manufacturing and services sectors fell sharply for a second consecutive month to their lowest level since 1989 while cashflow balances and recruitment also dipped across the sectors. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN BCC/SURVEY
RTX9ALB
October 07, 2008
A shopper passes a clearance sale sign at a store in Manchester, northern England October 7, 2008. Confidence...
London, United Kingdom
A shopper passes a clearance sale sign at a store in Manchester, northern England
A shopper passes a clearance sale sign at a store in Manchester, northern England October 7, 2008. Confidence among British firms fell to its lowest on record in the third quarter as sales and orders tumbled, a survey from the British Chamber of Commerce said on Tuesday. The BCC said its survey of over 5,000 businesses suggested Britain's economic recession has started and was getting worse. Confidence balances for both manufacturing and services sectors fell sharply for a second consecutive month to their lowest level since 1989 while cashflow balances and recruitment also dipped across the sectors. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
INDONESIA-KRAKATAUSTEEL/
RTX8D02
September 03, 2008
PT Krakatau Steel's president director Fazwar Bujang speaks during an interview in Jakarta September...
Jakarta, Indonesia
PT Krakatau Steel's president director Fazwar Bujang speaks during interview in Jakarta
PT Krakatau Steel's president director Fazwar Bujang speaks during an interview in Jakarta September 3, 2008. PT Krakatau Steel, Indonesia's largest steel maker, plans to spend more than $1.5 billion on expansion, using money from its initial public offering, as well as debt and cashflow, Bujang said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-KRAKATAUSTEEL/
RTX8D01
September 03, 2008
PT Krakatau Steel's president director Fazwar Bujang speaks during an interview in Jakarta September...
Jakarta, Indonesia
PT Krakatau Steel's president director Fazwar Bujang speaks during interview in Jakarta
PT Krakatau Steel's president director Fazwar Bujang speaks during an interview in Jakarta September 3, 2008. PT Krakatau Steel, Indonesia's largest steel maker, plans to spend more than $1.5 billion on expansion, using money from its initial public offering, as well as debt and cashflow, Bujang said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
EUROASIA
RTXLLLF
October 31, 2002
The company name and logo of Euro-Asia Agricultural Co Ltd are displayed inside its closed office in...
Hong Kong, China
The company name and logo of Euro-Asia Agricultural Co Ltd are displayed inside its closed office in.....
The company name and logo of Euro-Asia Agricultural Co Ltd are displayed inside its closed office in Hong Kong October 31, 2002. Staff and auditors have abandoned scandal-rocked Chinese orchid exporter Euro-Asia Agricultural Co Ltd, which said on Thursday it had "serious" cashflow problems. [The company's flamboyant chairman Yang Bin, who had been under house arrest in China, has become a poster boy for China's crackdown on high-profile tax evaders.]
HONGKONG EUROASIA
RTRD2V3
October 31, 2002
The company name and logo of Euro-Asia Agricultural Co Ltd are displayed
inside its closed office in...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
COMPANY NAME AND LOGO IS DISPLAYED AT CLOSED OFFICE OF EURO ASIA IN
HONG KONG.
The company name and logo of Euro-Asia Agricultural Co Ltd are displayed
inside its closed office in Hong Kong October 31, 2002. Staff and auditors
have abandoned scandal-rocked Chinese orchid exporter Euro-Asia Agricultural
Co Ltd, which said on Thursday it had "serious" cashflow problems. The
company's flamboyant chairman Yang Bin, who had been under house arrest in
China, has become a poster boy for China's crackdown on high-profile tax
evaders. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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