Energy and commodity prices—including wheat and other grains—have surged, adding to inflationary pressures from supply chain disruptions and the rebound from the Covid‑19 pandemic.
In light of experts’ predictions of an unprecedented financial crisis, we examine the repercussions of the global pandemic on developed and emerging markets.
According to the Global Economy, Egypt jumped 89 places in road quality rankings from the 118th in 2014 to the 29th in 2019.
The creative industry contributes $2.25 billion to the world’s economy, constituting three percent of the global gross domestic product
China’s import and export growth accelerated in September, suggesting the world’s second-biggest economy is still expanding at a healthy pace.