CEOs in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) are similar to their global peers in predicting a better year for the global economy than for their individual companies and their main worry is about availability of key skills, according to the latest PwC CEO Survey presented at the World Economic Forum.
The 21st CEO survey shows that the CEOs in Central and Eastern Europe are more pessimistic than most about the economy as a whole, showing the second-lowest percentage predicting an improvement in global growth, at 45 per cent. At the same time, 40 per cent of them are "very...
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