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Allianz, France, Front Page

Olympic Games: The economics of hosting the biggest sporting event in the world

The golden era of global trade may be behind us. Until recently, tariffs were decreasing and free-trade agreements were increasing.

AIG Insurance, Front Page

Risks automakers face as they reimagine their business

The automotive industry is experiencing significant transformation. With increasing demand from consumers and governments for environmentally friendly transportation, manufacturers are

EDC, Front Page

Canada’s shadow trade sector

Canada’s trade activities now extend far beyond the traditional exchange of goods and services across borders. With the expansion of

Coface, Front Page

Misconceptions about Trade Credit Insurance

Managing credit risk inhibits sales One aims to safeguard their business, while the other seeks to expand into new markets.

Atradius, Front Page

Machines and Engineering Industry Trends June 2024

Global Engineering Outlook: Modest Growth in 2024, Driven by Asia Pacific We anticipate a 0.5% increase in global mechanical engineering

Coface, Eurozone, Front Page, Going Global

Will the Turkish economy benefit from the authorities’ U-turn towards greater orthodoxy?

In mid-2021, Türkiye introduced the Turkish Economic Program (TEP) to boost production, investment, employment, and exports. To support these goals,

Allianz, Front Page, Going Global

Mid-year Economic Outlook 2024-25: Games wide open?

The upcoming political developments will again challenge resilience. While global growth hit its lowest point in the first half of

Allianz, Front Page, Going Global

Industrial policy: old dog, new tricks? 

Industrial policies and subsidies are making a strong comeback, particularly in major economies like the US, China, India, Germany, and

Atradius, Front Page

Electronics/ICT Industry Trends June 2024

Computer and office equipment output and sales are expected to rebound in 2024 and 2025 as devices purchased during the

Atradius, Front Page

Clean Energy Transition: Machines & Manufacturing

Given that the machinery sector ranks relatively low in global greenhouse gas emissions, is it necessary to highlight the current