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Best practices in managing working capital involve galvanising support across all lines of business, and treasury – with its expertise in managing cash, risk and banking relationships – can play a central role.
In this new monthly column, J.P. Morgan responds to pressing questions around cash management expressed by treasurers and finance practitioners in Asia-Pacific. This instalment will provide you with simple tips on ...