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Governance reform could see African economies benefit to tune of £23bn - PwC Global Economy Watch
Continent-wide analysis of African economies demonstrates positive correlation between economic growth and rising governance indicators Ethiopia and Cote d’Ivoire demonstrate consistent annual...
May 16, 2019 - News releases
Japan defies demographic destiny by boosting workforce
Japan has continued to grow its workforce despite a shrinking and ageing population More female and older workers have boosted Japan’s labour market If Japan’s decline in unemployment rate...
Mar 12, 2019 - News releases
Eurozone wages broadly flat despite declining unemployment rates
PwC analysis suggests that Eurozone wages are becoming more unresponsive to lower unemployment rates – similar to the US and the UK Analysis also finds European Central Bank (ECB) and new EU...
May 31, 2018 - News releases
Economic uncertainty levels have hit an all-time high
The current political and economic climate has contributed to some of the highest levels of uncertainty seen for decades, say PwC economists in their latest Global Economy Watch. Indeed, in recent...
Jun 13, 2017 - News releases
Economic activity in advanced economies is encouraging, but productivity is lagging
TThe recent increase in economic activity in the G7 advanced economies is attracting the attention of policymakers.
Apr 20, 2017 - Multimedia-News releases
Beyond the BRICs: the pockets of opportunity for business
The recently-launched PwC World in 2050 report shows that in the long term the seven largest emerging economies - the E7 - could grow twice as fast as the G7 on average.
Feb 23, 2017 - Multimedia-News releases
PwC economists reveal predictions for 2017, as globalisation takes a back seat
As we enter the New Year, PwC’s economists have once again peered into their crystal ball to make their predictions for 2017.
Jan 09, 2017 - News releases
As countries struggle to reach their economic potential, could infrastructure be the key to boost growth?
Eight years after the financial crisis, many large economies continue to have sizeable negative output gaps, say PwC economists. This gap indicates the amount of spare capacity in an economy by...
May 16, 2016 - News releases
Has the link between the financial sector and governments been broken?
Subdued growth in some emerging markets and low commodity prices have led to renewed interest in the link between governments and the financial sector. This has also been an important issue on the...
Apr 06, 2016 - Multimedia-News releases
How concerned do you need to be about emerging markets?
Strong dollar, low commodity prices and slower-growing China pose threats to some large emerging markets, warn PwC economistsOnce again the global economy faces a dangerous cocktail of risks...
Mar 03, 2016 - News releases
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