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The World Economic Forum warns that inflation and economic uncertainty pose risks until 2026

The World Economic Forum warns that inflation and economic uncertainty pose risks until 2026

Regarding economic uncertainty and de-development, the report highlights that these factors will be constantly felt in a world characterized by “widening economic and technological gaps,” highlights the Global Risks Report 2024.

Inflation and economic uncertainty are the biggest global risks for the next two years, according to the “Global Risks Report 2024,” prepared by Marsh McLennan and Zurich for the World Economic Forum.

This study presents the views of more than 1,400 experts, policy makers and business leaders in identifying the key global risks in the short, medium and long term and the top 10 most severe global risks over the next two and ten years.

According to this report, the biggest threat in two years is disinformation, while the biggest threat in ten years is e.g.Extreme weather winds.

Regarding economic uncertainty and de-development, the report highlights that these factors will be constantly felt in a world characterized by “widening economic and technological gaps.” The “Global Risks Report 2024” highlights that “ In the long term, obstacles to economic mobility may increase, depriving large segments of the population of economic opportunities.

“Countries exposed to conflict or vulnerable to climate change may become increasingly isolated from investment, technology and job creation. Without access to safe and secure livelihoods, individuals may be more vulnerable to crime, militarization or extremism.

carolina clint, Chief Commercial Officer From Marsh McLennan Europe, he argues that “advancements in artificial intelligence will radically disrupt organizations’ risk perspectives, as many struggle to respond to threats arising from disinformation, disintermediation and strategic miscalculation.”

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“At the same time, companies must negotiate supply chains that are becoming more complex due to geopolitics, climate change, and cyber threats from a growing number of malicious agents,” this official estimates. “It will require a relentless focus on building resilience at the regulatory, national, and international levels – and increased collaboration between the public and private sectors – to navigate the rapidly evolving risk landscape.