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29 Sep 2021  |  Global
Rebound in growth expected, improving fiscal conditions
Barring Puerto Rico, the economies of Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Panama, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago are on a stable growth path in the second half of 2019. The regional Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at constant prices is estimated to register 3.2% growth in Q4 2019 and is forecast to grow by 2.8% annually. There are signs of ...
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22 Sep 2021  |  Global
Social Commerce and Online Sales to Ensure Transformational Growth of the D2C Business Model
In 2020, 59% of customers preferred to shop online. Customers emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic expect seamless digital shopping experiences and direct interaction with brands. In fact, customers are more willing to switch to brands that offer complete transparency and accountability. In the post-pandemic retail era defined by ease of access and...
07 Sep 2021  |  Global
Accelerated Policy Emphasis on Clean Energy, Digitalization, and Infrastructure Development
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed the global economy into a deep recession in 2020, with recovery underway. While economic parameters are improving, the pandemic has brought about transformative shifts in government policy, industries, and the business environment. This research provides insights into the new policy priorities of governments to build re...
06 Sep 2021  |  Global
Growth Opportunities in Upskilling and Reskilling the Future Workforce
In this rapidly changing work environment, upskilling allows organizations to close the talent gap and fill new and open positions while maintaining their current workforce, creating an environment of continuous learning and development. Reskilling has a longer-term impact, preparing the workforce for jobs that do not exist today. On average, about...
31 Aug 2021  |  Global
Future Growth Potential Enhanced by Advancements in Robotics and Automation
Developers are increasingly investing in digital tools like robotics and automation to improve productivity. 3D printing and other new technologies will lead to rapid advancements in prefabrication and modularization. These advancements, in turn, will improve productivity and reduce overreliance on on-site processes. With a rapidly aging workforce...
19 Aug 2021  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Future Growth Potential Driven by Global Supply-chain Shifts, Green Strategies, and Digital Economy
The business environment in Developed Asia (Japan, South Korea, and Singapore) continues to be uncertain despite coordinated policy efforts and government stimuli to foster economic revival. The next few months are going to crucial for the region, as countries try to overcome the pandemic. This macroeconomic outlook for Developed Asia until 2026 w...
30 Jul 2021  |  Global
The Restructuring of the Value Chain will Open Up New Opportunities in the Retail Supply Chain
Transformative business solutions and customer-centric business models are compressing the value chain. Vertical integration is causing value chain dynamics to change, with new entrants offering end-to-end solutions across the upstream and the downstream stages. The value chain will move from the current product-centric model to consumer-centric da...
23 Jul 2021  |  Latin America
Increased Future Growth Potential through Reshoring, Digitization, and Economic Diversification
The economic growth outlook for Central America and the Caribbean (CAC) countries is set to rebound in 2021 from the deep economic contractions experienced in 2020 on account of COVID-19 led disruptions. The region is still heavily dependent on external demand, be it tourism inflows in the Caribbean or trade in Central America. As global growth is...
22 Jul 2021  |
Future Growth Potential Unlocked Through Virtual Portals
As trade relations fold into complex models between major economic giants, the virtual portal of cross-border eCommerce is emerging as an interesting model. It holds the potential to both hasten and simplify cross-border trade between businesses and consumers. Globally, the cross-border eCommerce market has grown steadily from $120 billion in 2015 ...
21 Jul 2021  |  Europe
Future Growth Potential Boosted by Fiscal Stimulus and Structural Reforms
Hailed as the European Unions growth champion in 2019, Poland experienced significant economic contractions in 2020. A resurgence of COVID-19 caused a double-dip in countrys GDP growth rate. The economic risks associated with COVID-19 restrictions persisted in early 2021 as the second wave of the virus swept the country. Will Poland return to its p...