The global economy is set to expand in the second half of the year in all major regions, as expectations for the current quarter and the next six months are revised upwards, according to the latest ICC and Ifo World Economic Survey released today.
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World economic expansion is poised to continue for the rest of the year as economists’ predictions remain robust for the second quarter in a row, according to the latest International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Ifo World Economic Survey, released today.
The outlook for the global economy has turned rosier: economists’ assessments this quarter have improved from the fourth quarter 2006, according to the latest ICC/Ifo World Economic Survey, released today.
After two years of robust economic growth, prospects for the global economy dimmed slightly in the third quarter, an about face from more than a year of rosy forecasts, according to the latest World Economic Survey by CESifo and the International Chamber of Commerce, released today.
Increasingly positive assessments of the general economic situation have resulted in another rise in the world economic climate index, according to the second quarter results of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)/Ifo World Economic Survey, released today.
The world economic climate continued its recovery course with stronger momentum than last year and expectations for the next six months are high, according to the results of the latest International Chamber of Commerce/Ifo World Economic Survey, released today.
A moderate cyclical upturn in the world economy in the fourth quarter of 2005 is reported today in the World Economic Survey of corporate economists carried out by the International Chamber of Commerce and the Ifo Institute for Economic Research in Munich.
Paris The recent cool down of the world economy is expected to pick-up over the next six months, according to the results of the latest ICC/Ifo World Economic Survey (WES). Assessments of the current economic situation by 1051 experts in 95 countries dropped to their lowest since a poll conducted in Feb
Expectations for the global economy deteriorated for the fifth time in succession, but remained above the long-term average, a world poll of 1,118 corporate and academic economists in 91 countries disclosed today.
Counterfeiting and theft of intellectual property are among the most pressing problems facing business today according to a world poll of corporate and academic economists released today.