(CIANEWS) - Czech companies are less worried about inflation than other European companies. According to 45% of them, inflation will affect customers' ability to pay on time and fully in 2024. The European average is 59%. According to a poll conducted by the Intrum Group in 29 European countries, 81% of the respondents have been asked over the past 12 months to accept longer payment dates. Over the past two years, the due date in the Czech Republic has been most frequently extended to 31-55 days for consumers and up to 75 days for firms and the public sector. A due date of up to 100 days is requested by 25% of the respondents from the public sector.