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Serving Northern and West Texas, Northern Louisiana and Las Cruces, New Mexico. NACM Southwest is an 750 member not-for-profit trade association providing services to the business credit manager. Our purpose is to educate and provide the professional tools necessary to help ensure the success of the credit manager.
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April 25, 2014 • Las Colinas Country
Randall K. Lindley, Esq., Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP
Jerry Mathews, NACM Southest - Louisiana
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The Credit Managers’ Index (CMI) is created from a monthly survey of credit and collection professionals. The results provide a benchmarking and forecasting tool that looks at the entire cycle of commercial business transactions. Learn more.

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  • Flash PMI Foretells China Switching Fates with US, EU Counterparts

    Apr 23, 2014 | 14:54 pm

    Though final statistics for April will not be available until early next month, the Flash Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) from Markit Economics and HSBC, which handles China, indicate that the world powers are going in drastically different directions.Though the Flash China Manufacturing PMI was 48.3 in April, a slight uptick from March’s 48, the important categories of output and new orders, including for exports, showed considerable weakness. Decreases were also noted in employment, backlogs of work, stocks of purchases, quantity of purchases and supplier delivery times. Though positive news came from output/input pricing as well as the stock of finished[…]

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  • Days of Japan as Super-Exporter Over?

    Apr 22, 2014 | 13:47 pm

    The Japanese economy has been dependent on its export sector for decades and, in truth, this will likely be the case for some time to come. But there are changes underway that will have a lasting impact on the way the nation conducts its business. The trade deficit last year was as wide as Japan has seen in its history. The advent of “Abenomics” was supposed to boost the economy with increased domestic demand and improve the standing of the country’s trade balance with a lower valued yen. The yen has not dropped enough and the Japanese consumer has not[…]

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