Economic Overview - EMEIA

10th Jan, 2021

 Macro-economic Overview 

Tanzania, Qatar, India and The United Kingdom


We exist in a highly interconnected world, where political instability in Europe can cause a shift in business policy formation within the East African region. Globalization can therefore be a blessing or a curse depending on which way the pendulum swings and this time round, the pendulum swung left for all of us.

As we all know the past three years have been particularly tough. The Covid-19 outbreak, prolonged trade disputes and high policy uncertainty have all threatened to impede efforts to reduce poverty, create decent jobs, broaden access to affordable and clean energy, and achieve many other Sustainable Development Goals.

The COVID-19 pandemic in itself is inflicting high and rising human costs worldwide, and the necessary protection measures are severely impacting economic activity. As the health and human toll grows, the economic damage is already evident and represents the largest economic shock the world has experienced in decades.

The state of the global market then trickles to individuals, firms, businesses to affect you and your community . In order to keep you updated and ahead of the curve, we are introducing a four part economic overview series covering major macroeconomic indicators from Tanzania, Qatar, India and the U.K. These insights will offer a clear picture of the world around you as well as an educated economic forecast for the years to come.


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