Global Risks Report 2013 zeichnet pessimistischeres Bild der nächsten Jahre

January 2013
Risiko Manager;2013, Issue 2, p3
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's opinion that a report entitled "Global Risks 2013" by the Davos, Switzerland, based economic forum the Risk Response Network paints a bleak economic picture of year 2013. The analysis of the report focuses on three main points, which involve the health care system, socio-economic risks related to environmental concerns, and electronic media such as YouTube.


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