As inflation dominates the global economy, this is the first of a new series of quarterly articles highlighting key insights from Euromonitor’s global inflation tracking reports.
The rapidly growing and young population in sub-Saharan Africa continues to see the unlocking of its unmet potential, making the region an exciting opportunity for innovations, entrepreneurs and investors.
Uzbekistan’s location in Central Asia could be used to connect trade routes in Asia and Europe. Over the last few years, the country has been actively seeking to diversify its economy and boost trade. In April 2021, Uzbekistan joined the EU’s GSP+ (Generalised Scheme of Preferences) scheme, which will remove trade tariffs on two thirds of the product lines covered by GSP, and is expected to aid economic growth.
This infographic showcases factors increasing global prices for everyday goods, such as supply chain shortages, political instability and climate change.
Ahead of the future strengthened trading relationship between the UK and Australia, Austrade together with the FDF would like to explore opportunities, gaps and trends across food and drink in both countries.
The global economy faces new headwinds following the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, while the COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over. The war in Ukraine and its resulting sanctions imposed on Russia are projected to cause accelerated energy and commodity prices, further disruptions in global supply chains and reduced business and consumer confidence.
This blog post comments on the macroeconomic implications of the Ukraine-Russia conflict