In Q1 2017 the global economy was driven by strong growth in manufacturing & trade and The International Monetary Funds (IMF) latest report shows that the broad based growth will continue through 2018. Blog post by Ketan Deshpande, MN
Manufacturing companies need to ensure sustainable growth and profitability in today's global and competitive economy. Cost management is the primary reason for out sourcing jobs to "low cost" countries however increasing amount of automation is also changing the dynamic ..... read on
Life after Brexit is shaping up to be a challenging time for the U.K.There are many indicators that are worrying the economists and here are some recent developments.Prices rise, pound falls and political uncertainties continue.......
The World Bank continues to maintain its forecast that global growth will improve to 2.7 percent this year, citing a pickup in manufacturing and trade, improved market confidence and a recovery in commodity prices.
Recovery of tourism in Europe and China's growing domestic demand will continue drive year-over-year growth of the luxury goods. Sales are projected to grow by 3 to 4 percent through 2020 .....
China's economy posted a strong performance in Q1 helped by retail sales, urban investment, and industrial output. April numbers and predictions for the rest of the year do point to a slow down for the world's second largest economy.
Moody's Analytics states that a 4.4% unemployment is great news for employees and wages. Lower unemployment creates competitive pressures for the companies and wages increase.