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20 Oct 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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23 Apr 2020  |  Global
Assessing Growth Opportunities and Pipelines to Address the COVID-19 Crisis
The global economy is facing what is likely to be the worst economic disruption since World War II. As the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly spreads globally, the concurrent economic fallout of this health crisis is expected to be grave. Frost & Sullivan has analyzed the scale of impact on global GDP growth and other macroeconomic elements through scenario...
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17 Mar 2020  |  Global
A Day in the Life of 2030
This paper examines how various individuals will spend their free time in the year 2030. This is a particularly relevant area of inquiry at a time when many questions have been raised on the impact on free time from evolving technology such artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR). This paper provides a definition of f...
12 Mar 2020  |  Global
Virus Outbreak Trumps Trade Wars as the Biggest 2020 Economic Threat
The coronavirus outbreak is wreaking havoc on the global economy. The Chinese economy is being adversely hampered, with other economies across the globe facing severe negative effects as well. Frost & Sullivan has analysed the outlook for three scenarios, the Gradual Abatement scenario, the Severe Epidemic scenario, and the Severe Pandemic scenario...
07 Feb 2020  |  Global
A Perspective on the Future of Work
This paper looks at the future of microjobs from the perspective of a microworker and an employee at a microjob platform company, set in the year, 2030. It provides a delineation of employment definitions, along with a comparative analysis of microjobs today and expectations on how they will evolve by 2030. The key areas of microwork explored in th...
16 Dec 2019  |  Global
Regulation in the Digital World
The need for innovation is driving growth in disruptive business models. Traditional industries such as transportation, housing, delivery, finance, and banking have been challenged by new entrants with disruptive business structures which are challenging the old regulatory rules that previously governed the markets. Emerging technologies such as AI...
18 Nov 2019  |  Global
The new human era and evolving human behavior will redefine our outlook toward society, businesses, and governments
As we enter a new era of humanity, hardware and biological augmentation in several ways will enhance our ability to think, sense, feel, perceive, and function. The mind, body, and behavior will be heavily influenced and shaped by technologies that trigger the next evolution in humankind, making us transhuman. Transhumanism focuses on convergent for...
26 Jul 2019  |  Global
A Data-driven Research-based Country Pipeline System to Gauge Country Competitiveness in Healthcare
Despite global political uncertainties and a subdued economic outlook, 2019 proves to be promising for the global healthcare industry, supported by growing and more aware middle class, accelerated aging population across the globe seeking personalized medical insurance, and higher R&D budgets across the board. The adoption of digital technologies g...
19 Apr 2019  |  Global
A Data-driven Index to Highlight Promising Business Destinations for 2019
In the context of a global economic and business environment, emerging markets have increasingly been taking center-stage in the growth strategies of businesses across the globe, with GDP growth rates across emerging markets outpacing that of developed economies. With accelerated middle-class expansion and a large and growing working-age population...
22 Mar 2019  |  Global
World GDP Growth to Dip from 3.7% in 2018 to 3.2% or Lesser in 2019 if Trade Wars Intensify
Trade wars roiled the world economy in 2018, and continue to have a detrimental impact in 2019 as well. While the US and China are expected to slow down in 2019, indirect effects of trade wars are also seen to be impacting export-reliant economies such as Germany and Japan. This research has been designed to provide insight into additional tariffs ...