New Cutting-Edge & Hot-Topic Market Reports by BMI Published at MarketPublishers.com

06 Mar 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new cutting-edge market research reports by Business Monitor International (BMI) have been added to its catalogue.

Global Economy in 2012 - Pivotal Year, Pivotal Challenges. 2012 is expected to offer answers to some of the big questions, such as whether the Chinese growth model is doomed, and whether Europe can finally get its act together. No matter how to look at it, 2012 looks set to be as interesting – and as challenging – as 2011. The year 2012 promises to be another landmark year for political risk. The two biggest shocks of 2011 – the ‘Arab Spring’ and the eurozone crisis – remain unresolved, and we expect the fall-out from these two events to persist well into 2012. In fact, the outcomes of the ‘Arab Spring’ and eurozone crises will shape their respective regions for at least a generation …

Hidden Risks To The Global Economy. Most of the main risks to global economic and geopolitical stability are well known. These are typically a double-dip recession in the United States; the collapse of the eurozone; a 'hard landing' in China; and a war involving the US and its allies against Iran. However, there are plenty of other risks that, while not necessarily 'global' in scope, have the ability to destabilise their regions. The report highlights the major 12 risks, which could include a new mass-casualty Islamist terror attack against a major city; a large-scale natural disaster such as a flood or volcanic eruption affecting a key economic region; and the sudden emergence of a new pandemic that disrupts global travel and trade …

Eurozone: Into The Abyss. The early December EU summit did little to tackle the long term problems of the eurozone’s peripheral member states. They look set to remain mired in slow real GDP growth and a poor external competitiveness paradigm, with few available policy levers with which to tackle a potential banking system and sovereign debt crisis. The eurozone is currently staring into the abyss. The report is a detailed guide to the issue and discusses all development scenarios, their opportunities and challenges …

The Rise of the Emerging Market Consumer: Investment Opportunities Abound. By 2017 emerging markets will represent over 50% of world GDP for the first time in 150 years, and these gains are seen as being part of a long-term trend rather than being a product of the current developed world economic malaise. The emerging world has grown from representing just 23.0% of the world economy in 1999 to 39.7% by 2011, and will grow to 56.2% by the end of our forecast period in 2021. On a regional level, Asia, Africa and Emerging Europe are expected to outperform over the period 2010-2021, with Latin America and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) lagging behind …

More new market reports by the publisher can be found at Business Monitor International page.

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