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Az elemzések szerint az erős és bővülő CEE régió 2017-ben csökkenő kockázatokkal jár, ami a régió 500 legnagyobb vállalkozásában is magasabb bevételeket és nettó nyereséget eredményezett. A rangsor tetején egyre szorosabb a verseny.Tovább Olvas
French growth has taken a time-out in Q2. The political uncertainties in the United Kingdom, the strikes in May and the floods affecting Ile-de France are all likely suspects responsible for this surprise halt. However, the figures are expected to recover in Q3.Tovább Olvas
Poland has seen a slowing of its economy this year, compared to 2015. Nevertheless, growth is still continuing at a fair rate and, in fact, remains at a level which many other economies can only dream of.Tovább Olvas
The importance of the Agrobusiness sector varies between the different North African economies. While on a regional level, the sector leads exports, on a country basis it differs. In Morroco, agribusiness benefits from government subsidies, as it contributes nearly 16% of GDP and provides employment for 40% of the population. Overall, across the main north African countries, the lowest level of risk is in Morocco...Tovább Olvas
Faced with a contraction in Russian demand, the Baltics have shifted their exports to other markets, with significant compensation also coming from an improvement in domestic markets. This rather challenging situation is also expressed in the results of this year’s Top 50 ranking.Tovább Olvas
In the light of the on-going structural reforms, the "tale of two Chinas" is resulting in sector wise winners and losers, linked to their growth potential in the medium and longer term, government policies and structural demand.
Sluggish global growth, characterised in particular by China's loss of momentum, shock to commodity prices… Sub-Saharan Africa has not been spared in the global tempest and seeks to maintain growth against wind and tide. The commodity producers are the most affected.Tovább Olvas