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Sustaining the economic miracle: South Korea to break global top ten by 2026
April 10, 2023

Korea’s growth miracle: 1953 – present In the aftermath of the Korean War, South Korea was one of the poorest economies on the planet. The war caused mass casualties and displacement of people, while also devastating the country’s infrastructure. In 1953, South Korea’s GDP per capita was lower than those of Somalia and Haiti, which

Belt and Road Initiative to boost world GDP by over $7 trillion per annum by 2040
May 27, 2019

A Cebr report sponsored by The Chartered Institute of Building   This new study by global economic consultants Cebr and released in London and Beijing today, looks at the global economic impact of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).The study uses Cebr’s economic impact of transport and infrastructure analysis and Cebr’s trade frictions analysis. The

The World Bank already thinks it is easier to do business in Russia than France. This is what Russia needs to do to overtake French GDP….
February 11, 2019

Forecasting Eye    Cebr’s latest World Economic League Table released in December had Russian GDP effectively stagnating in real dollar terms, rising only from $1,540 billion in 2018 to $1,630 in 2033. By contrast, Korea’s GDP, which starts from about the same level, is forecast to rise by 55% over this period compared with Russia’s

India Today – India to leapfrog Britain, France in 2018, predicts economic think tank
January 12, 2018

India looks set to leapfrog Britain and France next year to become the world’s fifth-largest economy in dollar terms, a report showed on Tuesday.   The Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) consultancy’s 2018 World Economic League Table painted an upbeat view of the global economy, boosted by cheap energy and technology prices.  

10 Things to Look Out for in 2018
January 3, 2018

Cebr’s Top Ten for 2018: sadly the chances of a serious confrontation that could turn nuclear are rising. If we can avoid that, other interesting possibilities are a Bitcoin collapse; impeachment proceedings v Trump; a booming US economy; the UK jogging along; and India’s first Test series victory in England since 1986.   It’s time

World Economic League Table 2015
December 26, 2014

The UK appears to have overtaken France this year to become the world’s 5th largest economy in Cebr Global’s World Economic League Table 2015

Growth should be fairly strong, stock markets weak. But fighting inflation will be a dominant policy theme of ‘22, while managing the consequences of environmental policy will make this more difficult in the short term
January 1, 2022

After such a frenetic year, I was quite surprised to read what we had predicted a year ago and realise that we had correctly forecast quite a lot of what happened. Our world economy GDP forecast was within 0.2% which is as close to spot on as you can reasonably expect. Our warning about inflation was

India to become 3rd largest economy in 2031, says CEBR
December 26, 2021

The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) has predicted that India will regain sixth position from France next year and become the third-largest economy in 2031, a year later than previously predicted. CEBR, one of the UK’s leading economics consultancies, in its annual World Economic League Table also predicted that China will overtake the

Dhaka Tribune – OP-ED: Bangladesh and its emerging economy
September 15, 2021

View this article here. In the CEBR report, Bangladesh ranks 40th among 193 nations this year and would ascend to 25th in 2034, a place presently held by Belgium According to the World Economic League Table 2020, Bangladesh’s economy would grow at one of the fastest rates between 2020 and 2034, thanks to a demographic

Cebr in the News
January 1, 2017

Regular research:   Cebr’s annual World Economic League Table which forecast that France’s economy will surpass the UK’s over the next five years, was covered by The Times, City AM, the Belfast Telegraph, the Times of India and the Daily Telegraph (x2).   Cebr and Asda’s Income Tracker which in it’s latest iteration calculated that

Strong demographics and lifting of sanctions to see Iran emerge as new bright spot in global economy.
December 14, 2015

  New Cebr forecasts show clear imminent boost to Iranian development, but challenges remain   After two years of deep recession in 2012 and 2013, and a year of rebound in 2014, Cebr expects growth to gradually stabilise in Iran at around the 2.5% mark throughout our forecast horizon to 2020. The main driver for

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