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25 May 2016

H1 2016 GDP downgrade explained: Europe, Japan, South Korea, Canada

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H1 2016 GDP downgrade explained: Europe, Japan, South Korea, Canada

Wood Mackenzie has cut its global GDP outlook to 2035. The developed-world economies of Europe, Japan, South Korea and Canada all face similar chal...

19 May 2016

H1 2016 GDP downgrade explained: the big picture

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H1 2016 GDP downgrade explained: the big picture

We have downgraded our long-term forecasts for global economic growth. China, India and the USA account for most of the 8% reduction in global GDP ...

24 May 2016

H1 2016 GDP downgrade explained: USA

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H1 2016 GDP downgrade explained: USA

Long term US GDP growth has been downgraded from 2.4% (CAGR) to 2% between 2016-2035. Demographics play an important role. Slower population growth...

06 June 2017

Kenya: Presidential re-election and its impact on oil exports

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Kenya: Presidential re-election and its impact on oil exports

Wood Mackenzie's sister company, Verisk Maplecroft, examines the upcoming presidential elections in Kenya. Verisk Maplecroft’s election model indic...

02 September 2015

India state economic data H2 2015

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India state economic data H2 2015

Wood Mackenzie forecasts key macroeconomic metrics for India at the state level to the year 2035. GDP and population is available for all 29 states...

30 November 2017

India’s emerging middle class and car fleet: charging ahead?

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India’s emerging middle class and car fleet: charging ahead?

India's car fleet outlook is crucial as it underpins demand of oil, metals, petrochemical products and etc. Based on our proprietary models, emergi...

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