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Indonesia: Economic Growth Rate, Although High, Remains Below the Government’s Expectation

Euromonitor International’s Indonesia Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing focuses on one of the key emerging markets with immense growth potential. To accelerate economic growth amidst numerous global challenges, Indonesia has been implementing various reforms. A series of interest rate cuts was carried out by the central bank to stimulate credit growth. Additionally, the government has been […]
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Economic And Consumer Trends To Watch In 2017

Global market research company Euromonitor International released today a new white paper “Global Economies and Consumers in 2017”. Euromonitor International analysts predict 2017 will be marked by slowing growth in consumer expenditure in developed markets. With many of these countries struggling to raise productivity, weighed down by debt and ageing population, stagnation represents a threat. […]
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Global Economies and Consumers in 2017

The global economy is entering an increased period of political volatility, particularly in advanced economies, while real consumer spending in emerging and developing markets is expected to strengthen, with markets like Brazil and Russia returning to growth.  In this briefing, Euromonitor International explores the economic and consumer landscape in 2017, reviewing top trends within the following […]
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Most Read on Passport Economies in 2016

2016 has been a challenging year for the global economy, with two major political shocks in advanced economies – the UK’s decision to leave the EU, and the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency. In economic terms, the year has been defined by uncertainty, and consumers have reacted to this by reducing expenditure […]
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What Drives Demand for Natural Resources?

Demand for natural resources has in the past been correlated with economic growth, but there are more factors at play than simple economics. Population change alone does also not lead to more demands for natural resources – although both play a part. Factors such as income growth, environmental change, advances in technology and price pressures […]
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US Economic Outlook: Q4 2016

The Trump Effect: Fiscal Stimulus versus Negative Supply Shocks Trump’s surprise victory in the November presidential elections has significantly shifted the outlook for the US economy. Our initial post-election forecast was for a major downturn, leading to annual GDP growth of 0.4-0.7% in 2017-2018. The positive financial markets response in the last two weeks has […]
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China Economic Outlook: Q4 2016

General Outlook We have revised our GDP growth forecast for China upwards to 6.7% in 2016 (from 6.4% in our August forecast). Several economic activity indicators, such as purchasing manager surveys and business profits, turned out better than expected earlier. Trump’s victory in the presidential election and the resulting global uncertainty shock has caused us […]
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The Best of Q2 2016 on Passport Economies

The second quarter has been dominated by the UK’s EU membership referendum and the shock “leave” result, and this has been reflected in our most read Economies articles. Our analysts have capitalised on our macro and industry forecast models to examine the likely impact on the UK, European and global economies as well as on […]
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Global Middle Class Expanding Despite Slow Economy

The Middle Class in both emerging and developed economies will continue to grow over the next five years despite slow economic growth. This expansion is due to a number of key drivers, including improved income distribution, rapid urbanisation, riding education, increasing women in the workforce and improved business environments. Businesses can expect increased spending […]
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The Brexit Vote is in: What Next for the UK?

The UK population has voted to leave the European Union (EU), and attention will increasingly focus on the direct impact on business, and the practicalities surrounding exit negotiations. Unfortunately, one key word will continue to overshadow the UK economy: uncertainty. This uncertainty will not be a short-term challenge; exit negotiations are likely to last at […]
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The Long-Term Challenges Affecting the Global Economy

As the global economy continues its bumpy road to recovery following the financial crisis, new economic challenges are emerging or are coming into sharp relief: A slowdown in emerging markets – with China’s slowdown at the forefront of risks. Real GDP Growth in Emerging and Developing Economies: 1980s-2020s Source: Euromonitor International from national statistics/IMF/OECD/Eurostat Increasing […]
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