Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Economic Conditions Snapshot, December 2010: McKinsey Global Survey results

From: [McKinsey Quarterly]

Our latest survey offers insight into how executives perceive the growing market influence of emerging economies, a topic that has received much attention as the world economy emerges from recession. Strong majorities of respondents expect Brazil, China, and India to become more influential over the next five years, while more expect the influence of the United States, the Eurozone, and Japan to decrease than to increase or even remain the same.1 Nearly three-quarters of those who expect any profit or revenue from emerging markets expect the share to increase. And 61 percent say governments should make it easier for companies to invest or do business in their countries—a share that skews higher among respondents in most developing economies.

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