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Knowledge service Foresight Digital Europa Thesaurus developing countries
ONLINE RESOURCE | 11 December 2020
As the economic activity and influence of emerging markets and developing economies increases, new markets, competitors and demands emerge, changing the geopolitical and economic powers. Global economic shifts...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Developments The world population passed 7 billion in 2011, and reached about 7.75 billion by the end of 2019. The 20th century started with a global human population of 1.6...
PAGE | 18 February 2020
The countries forecasted to have the world's most powerful armies in 2030 are: India, France, Russia, USA, and China (Global Firepower ranking for 2020 military strength...
PAGE | 13 February 2020
Global FDI flows decreased by 20% in the first half of 2019 to USD 572 billion. FDI inflows to non-OECD G20 economiesincreased by 21% and FDI outflows remained...
PAGE | 17 September 2019
Unless consumption patterns of the emerging middle class in developing countries change, bottle necks in food and energy are very likely, along with increasing environmental degradation...
PAGE | 17 September 2019
Unless consumers' behaviour and consumption patterns change, by 2030, demand for food, water and energy will increase by approximately 35%, 40% and 50% respectively, compared to 2012.Estimates...
PAGE | 17 September 2019
Developing countries have both a growing economy and a growing consuming population, while developed countries are mostly replacement economies.Developing economies and emerging markets are...
PAGE | 17 September 2019
The number of people living in extreme poverty (US$1.9/day) has been reduced from 1.85 billion (35% of world population) in 1990 to 767 million (10.7% of world population)...