Retailers urge the government to extend credit insurance scheme

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UK retailers are calling on the government to extend the scheme that guarantees trade credit insurance amid fears they could be unsupported when it ends.

The trade credit reinsurance scheme was introduced by the government in May 2020 in response to the pandemic, offering guarantees to insurers who cover suppliers against the risk of non-payment by their customers.

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