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Global growth may be peaking – but a slowdown doesn’t spell a slump

Posted by Oxford Economics on Apr 23, 2018 4:00:00 AM

Is the world economy’s current, long-running upturn running out of steam? Jittery financial markets that have struggled to regain a firm footing since February’s sell-off, anxieties over the US-China trade tariffs confrontation, and now a spate of weaker data for some major economies have all sparked concern over whether the global economy’s expansion may be stuttering or at risk.

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Topics: Global growth, Global economics, Global Economic Model, Manufacturing, Global trade, Trade, Leading indicators

Early death of the internal combustion engine greatly exaggerated

Posted by Oxford Economics on Nov 1, 2017 9:54:38 AM

What will the highways of the world look like in five or 10 years’ time and what will this mean for the future of the automotive industry, not to mention the thousands of businesses in multiple industry sectors that supply them? For many, the hubbub in the media and among industry observers over electric vehicles drives an image in our imaginations of a world humming quietly to the sound of electric cars whizzing us happily to our destinations. It is a vision of more efficient journeys, clean air and a quieter environment.

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Topics: Manufacturing, Business and economic outlook, Global economics, Innovation, R&D, and science, E-mobility, Electric vehicles, Electric cars, Auto and motor vehicles

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