Speaking live on CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange programme, ICC Secretary General Jean-Guy Carrier said that the cautious optimism signalled by experts responding to the ICC-Ifo world economic survey was a good harbinger of developments for 2013.
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The world economy is showing signs of brightening after six months of stagnation, according to a global survey of economic experts by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Munich-based Ifo institute for economic research.
The global economic climate is at its brightest since 2007, but there may be trouble ahead, according to the latest quarterly World Economic Survey by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Munich-based Ifo Institute for Economic Research, published today.
Business expectations are falling worldwide despite improvements in the state of the global economy for the sixth consecutive quarter, according to the World Economic Survey (WES) published today by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Munich-based Ifo Institute for Economic Research.
Public deficits, a decrease in tax revenues and schemes to reduce government deficits and debt accumulation, could be detrimental to the strength and durability of the economic recovery, according to the quarterly ICC/Ifo World Economic Survey released today.
Reflecting more favourable economic conditions for the coming six months but also a more positive assessment of the current situation, the World Economic Climate Indicator rose significantly in the fourth quarter for the third consecutive time following the sharp drops of last year.
The world economic climate index fell for the sixth consecutive quarter, dropping 10 percentage points to reach its historically lowest level since the introduction of the World Economic Survey in 1981, according to the ICC and the Ifo Institute for Economic Research, who conduct the survey.
A panel of more than 1,100 corporate and academic economists from all parts of the world today registered a slight deterioration in the world economic climate for the fourth time in succession in a quarterly global economic survey conducted by the International Chamber of Commerce and the Munich-based Ifo economic research institute.
The unusually robust expansion of the world economy will flag somewhat, according to the results of the latest ICC/Ifo World Economic Survey (WES).
Global economic confidence is at a ten year high, according to the results of the latest ICC/Ifo World Economic Survey, with sustained growth expected in all regions of the world.