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Dun & Bradstreet's 2018 Global Outlook Webinar

Political Risk & Economic Growth

Despite a backdrop of uncertainty, 2017 has been a good year for the global economy with many countries seeing improved growth, and even overall trade volumes strengthening. But what about the wide variety of political risks evident across our global landscape? Between Brexit, disagreements over the US debt ceiling, and increasing confrontation with North Korea –discover which risks have the largest potential to disrupt the business environment moving into 2018.

Join Dun & Bradstreet’s team of expert economists for their popular Global Outlook Webinar, and get involved in the discussion about likely economic and political scenarios for the upcoming year.

We’ll also discover how using data and insights can help you to effectively plan for the change ahead – during 2018 and beyond.

Join us for the following:
The 2018 baseline outlook for the global and regional economies.
The key disruptors to growth that must be considered when planning for the year ahead.
What do we mean by political risk?
The top political risks facing businesses in each region during 2018 and beyond.
Recorded Nov 29 2017 63 mins
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Bodhi Ganguli, Senior Economist and Country Risk Analyst, Dun & Bradstreet
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