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KS specific taxonomy Expanding influence of east and south Knowledge service Foresight
PAGE | 8 December 2021
The African continent’s population is projected to reach 1.1 billion people by 2040 and will become the largest workforce globally.
PAGE | 8 December 2021
China has grown from an emerging consumer market into a powerful and influential economy in recent years.
PAGE | 8 December 2021
The shift of economic power from the established Western economies and Japan towards the emerging economies in the East and South is set to continue.
PAGE | 6 December 2021
After the fall of the Berlin Wall, a dominant mind-set existed in the West based on the belief that economic development through globalization would lead to a convergence towards liberal, political...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 11 December 2020
The geopolitical power changes will also trigger cultural changes to the global business and economic landscape, politics and security. The new geopolitical changes should be used...
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 | 30 March 2020
Instead of a series of lines connecting major trading hubs in Europe and North America, the global trading system has expanded into a complex, intricate, sprawling web. These...
PAGE | 17 February 2020
China's R&D China aims to become world leader in science and innovation by 2050. "Made in China 2025" announced in 2015, outlines China's strategy to become a world...
PAGE | 13 February 2020
The diffusion of power among countries and from countries to informal networks will have a dramatic impact by 2030, largely reversing the historic rise of the West since 1750 and increasing Asia’s...