At the start of 2012, the outlook for the world economy remains uncertain and highly divergent.
Most emerging economies have shown an upturn and while there has been moderate recovery in North America, prospects for growth in Western Europe remain weak. Furthermore, countries in the West continue to struggle to restore their public finances. Their central banks have been injecting massive amounts of cash into the economy, maintaining structural imbalances and inflating asset values.
For each country where Accuracy is present, an expert provides clarity and analysis in their field.
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