Heightened economic risks dominate G20 business leaders' near-term concerns

Mark Battersby
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According to new data from the World Economic Forum, economic and societal threats - such as economic downturn, inflation and an erosion of social cohesion - rank among the biggest risks in G20 countries over the next two years, based on a survey of business leaders globally. The Executive Opinion Survey gathered the views of more than 11,000 business leaders from over 110 countries between April and August 2023. It was conducted by the World Economic Forum's Centre for the New Economy and Society. Marsh McLennan and Zurich Insurance Group are partners of the Centre and the Global Risks ...

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