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15 Dec 2017  |  Europe
Government Initiatives and Investments in Automation will Shape the Future of Logistics
Robust private consumption, resilient external demand, and an accommodative monetary policy are expected to support Denmark's economic growth in 2017 and 2018. The country has a highly service-oriented economy, with industry contributing only 20% to the GDP. Bulk goods dominate volumes for road freight, with construction being the largest contribu...
15 Dec 2017  |  Europe
Technological advancements and investments in capacity enhancement will drive the transformation of the logistics market
With the weakening of the Euro and the robust demand from outside the Euro area, especially the United States and China (which increased exports), Germany's economy has grown. The rising oil prices are expected to narrow the current account surplus. However, export growth may weaken as the impact of the earlier Euro depreciation wanes and as risin...
27 Dec 2017  |  Europe
Well-developed Infrastructure, a Business-friendly Climate, Efficient Multimodal Transportation, and Digitization will Shape the Future of Logistics
Sweden is among the best-performing Nordic economies, supported by a strong labor market, high private and public consumption, and industrial production. The Swedish economy is highly interlinked with the EU economy. The share of exports is above 40% of the GDP. R&D export is the major growth driver. In the medium term, Swedish exports are expected...
31 Jan 2018  |  Europe
Digitization, Intelligent Transportation, and Smart Warehouses are Shaping the Future of Logistics in Norway
Norway is one of the best-performing Nordic economies, and it is driven by public consumption. The steady economic growth is ensured by a stable banking system, a regulatory environment that encourages entrepreneurial activity, and monetary solidity. Economic growth will strengthen gradually until 2018, supported by a rebound in non-oil investment ...
04 Oct 2018  |  Europe
Emergence of Lucrative Trade Corridors Laying Foundation for a Network of Intercontinental Multimodal Logistics
Lack of seamless connectivity and poor infrastructure remain the major challenges for trade and logistics in many countries in the Eurasian region. Chinas One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative is expected to improve connectivity by inter-linking the transport infrastructure across East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, Middle East, East...
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19 Nov 2018  |  Europe
Analysis of Trade, Infrastructure, Digital Technologies, and Regulatory Trends and their Implications for Transformational Growth Strategies
The economic environment remains strong due to increasing domestic demand, favorable employment conditions, and high consumer confidence levels. Growth momentum is expected to be sustained in 2018, with the regional economy expected to grow by 2.1% in 2018. However, trade tensions, increase in energy prices, and uncertain policy environment are exp...
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