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Global growth is expected to slow to 2.9 percent in 2019. International trade and investment are moderating, trade tensions remain elevated, and financing conditions are tightening.
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15/01/2019
Is the world sleepwalking into a crisis? Global risks are intensifying but the collective will to tackle them appears to be lacking. Instead, divisions are hardening.
Date
15/01/2019
Within Europe, public debate has become increasingly concerned with issues of identity, belonging and threats associated with ‘out-groups’ (such as immigrants and refugees).
Date
17/12/2018
The 8th MNC Trend Report provides an overview of the company information contained in the SA MNC Database.
Date
15/12/2018
Our Shared Digital Futures is a publication shaped by leaders from business, government, academia and civil society who collectively acknowledge the need for shared goals and coordinated action to sha
Date
10/12/2018
There are numerous analyses about China and its future, as well as about Chinese engagement with Latin America.
Date
21/11/2018
Global power shifts, pressure on liberal democracies, challenges to global governance, the transformation of economic models and of the very fabric of societies, new uses and misuses of technology, hu
Date
15/11/2018
In some ways, the future of work is here; in others, it is shrouded in uncertainty or heralded with great expectations. Of course, throughout human history, work has changed, as have societies.
Date
18/10/2018
International migration and geographic mobility have major implications for societies and economies. This is true at global level, and, perhaps even more so, at European level.
Date
18/10/2018
Churchill is said to have commented after a particularly undistinguished meal: “The pudding [that’s dessert for us Americans] lacked a theme.” This is also true of the world before us today.
Date
18/10/2018

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