Manufacturing gains through trade and supply chain changes, oil recovery and accelerated economic diversification

DUBLIN, April 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Global economic recovery after the 2021 pandemic” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com from offer.

The research includes separate sections on Regional Economic Outlook with a focus on GDP growth rates, growth opportunities, and key economic developments specific to each country.

The United States, for example, is expected to experience 4.4% growth in 2021, notably supported by a recent stimulus push and new stimulus plan expectations. European economies continue to come under pressure from the reimposed restrictions. China is expected to grow by 8.0% in 2021, while India will see its growth for the 2021-2022 financial year accelerate to 10.9%. The 2021 growth rates reflect to some extent the base effect of low GDP from 2020.

2020 has been, without a doubt, an extremely turbulent year for the global economy, with lockdowns, a sharp contraction in trade, accelerated job losses and supply chain disruptions. The recovery started to gain momentum around the second half of the year with the easing of restrictions on COVID-19. The global economy nevertheless experienced a very deep recession in 2020.

Recovery will be the key word through 2021, in light of the continued easing of restrictions, vaccine delivery and demand picking up. Global growth is expected to accelerate to 5.3% in 2021. The pace of the recovery is expected to be much faster for the emerging markets and developed economies group, in particular thanks to high growth rates China and India.

This research captures the global economic outlook 2021, focusing on the scenario vision, growth projections, policy developments and risks to watch. The global economy is more likely, for example, to see a U-curve rally in 2021. If however downside risks materialize, there remains the possibility of a double-dip recession or recovery process. of the W curve. After a sharp contraction in GDP growth in the second quarter of 2020 in a context of deadlock, a strong associated rebound in growth figures is expected for the second quarter of 2021.

Oil prices are expected to accelerate in 2021, while remaining below 2019 levels. The finalization of a UK-EU Brexit deal has brought significant relief to the European economy, although some Brexit-related disruptions will persist in the first. semester 2021. Politically, there have been significant policy changes in the United States following the new American presidency. The United States, for example, is expected to primarily support clean energy policies in the future.

Key issues resolved

  • What are the top 5 global economic forecasts for 2021?
  • What are the prospects for global growth in the baseline, optimistic and pessimistic scenarios?
  • What are some of the main drivers and constraints for the global economy in 2021?
  • How large economies such as the United States, the United Kingdom and India carry out?
  • What are the main growth opportunities to watch, by region?
  • What do we expect from Brexit in 2021?
  • What are the economic implications of the change of US presidency?
  • How will changes and developments in trade and the supply chain impact the global economy?
  • What are the prospects for Europe given the reimposed restrictions?
  • When is global GDP expected to return to pre-pandemic levels?

Main topics covered:

1. Executive Summary – World Economic Outlook 2021

  • Top 5 Highlights of the Global Economy in 2020
  • Global Economy 2020 – Actual vs Forecast
  • Historical growth in world GDP 2008-2020
  • Top 5 global economic forecasts for 2021
  • 2021 Scenario Analysis – Quarterly Global Growth
  • Scenario analysis 2021 – Assumptions
  • Overview of global GDP growth in 2021
  • Advanced Economies – Key Forecasts for 2021
  • Emerging Economies – Key Forecasts for 2021
  • Growth opportunities 2021 – Top 3 opportunities by region
  • Regional trends 2021 – GDP growth, risks and policy direction

2. Scope and hypotheses of the research

  • Global Economy 2021 – Scope of Analysis
  • Forecast Assumptions – Global Economy

3. Growth environment

  • Why is it more and more difficult to grow taller?
  • The 8T strategic imperative
  • The impact of the three main strategic imperatives on the global economy
  • Growth opportunities fuel the growth pipeline engine
  • Growth factors for the global economy
  • The brakes on the growth of the global economy

4. World Economic Outlook 2021

  • Annual global growth 2021
  • 2021 Scenario Analysis – Quarterly Global Growth
  • Scenario analysis 2021 – Assumptions
  • Oil price, supply and demand outlook in 2021
  • Monetary Policy Outlook 2021

5. North America Economic Outlook 2021

  • North America – Top 3 growth opportunities
  • North America – GDP growth
  • United States and Canada – GDP growth outlook
  • United States and Canada – Analysis of the economic outlook
  • North America – Key economic developments

6. Latin American Economic Outlook 2021

7. Europe’s economic outlook 2021

8. Middle East Economic Outlook 2021

9. Africa Economic Outlook 2021

10. Asia-Pacific Economic Outlook 2021

11. Universe of Growth Opportunities – Global Economy, 2021

  • Growth Opportunity 1: Manufacturing Gains Through Trade and Supply Chain Changes
  • Growth opportunity 2: Demand revival through easing restrictions and further stimulus
  • Growth opportunity 3: oil recovery and accelerated economic diversification

12. Key conclusions

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