Davos 2022

Tough times ahead for the global economy, say experts

A group of chief economists expect high inflation, greater food insecurity and lower wages to persist in the global economy, in 2022. Image: Unsplash/ Mathieu Stern

Stefan Ellerbeck

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Chart show public opinion of financial burdens on the global economy Image: Ipsos/WEF survey

Global economies that are expected to have high inflation and high food insecurity. Image: World Economic Forum

Chart showing 2022 inflation outlook for global economy, by country. Image: WEF economist report

Chart showing expected food security outlook for the global economy. Image: WEF economist report.


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