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Indian CEOs believe global growth will slow next year

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Indian CEOs believe global growth will slow next year (Image: Lukas Blazek / Unsplash)

A majority of Indian CEOs think that global economic growth will slow down over the next 12 months ,according to a PWC 26th Annual Global survey of 4,410 CEOs in 105 countries and territories between October and November 2022.

But 57% of CEOs in India are upbeat about the country's economy in the coming year. Comparatively speaking, only 37% of CEOs in the Asia Pacific and 29% of CEOs globally anticipate an improvement in economic growth over the course of the upcoming year. In addition to a difficult climate, 41% of them believe that if their organisations stay on their current course, they won't be economically sustainable in ten years.

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