Dun & Bradstreet Compliance and Procurement Report Indicates Lower Concern For Regulatory Risks, Growing Confidence in Execution

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Fewer compliance and procurement professionals believe that existing regulation has increased the risk to their business and more of them had greater confidence about the implementation of compliance and procurement procedures through year’s end, according a recent Dun & Bradstreet report that updates one released over the summer. Even as the U.S. implemented several new tariffs and the UK continued to grapple with an EU exit strategy, perceived risk fell as the scope and content of the trade-related actions became clearer. That number declined 13 points to 52% for the October 2018 sentiment report.

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