Simos, Evangelos Otto
December 2009
Journal of Business Forecasting;Winter2009, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p37
Academic Journal
The article presents forecasts concerning the economic performance of industrialized countries in 2010. It expects that global economic recovery will be slow and complicated. It also anticipates a slowdown in productivity growth due to several factors including termination in cost savings from employment cuts, higher non-oil commodity prices and structural inflation from uniform wage increases. It provides short-term economic indicators based on the findings of the World Economic Survey of 2009.


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