Special Report | 2022 Outlook Economic Risk

14 Feb 2022

Our six-part series of special reports takes a close look at the risks organisations could face in the year ahead. This report outlines the consequences economic risk could have on global instability.

Key Points

Executive Summary

Despite the continuing impact of the pandemic through 2021, many economies performed better than anticipated over the last 12 months. However, the tail end of the year and the first quarter of 2022 have seen rising concern about economic growth. This concern is being driven by a number of factors, including global supply chain disruptions, rising consumer demand for goods, increased energy prices and elevated levels of global debt.

Key factors outlined in this report;

  • Inflation
  • Food price inflation
  • China’s liquidity crisis
  • Organisation relocation
  • Potential conflicts


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