WATCH: Why CEOs are pessimistic about growth
PwC Africa CEO Dion Shango talks to Business Day TV about an annual PwC survey
More than half of CEOs across the world expect a slowdown in global economic growth in 2020, according to data from an annual PwC survey that was released at the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The high level of pessimism is attributed to overregulation, rising trade wars, cybersecurity threats and rising negative effects of climate change.
PwC Africa CEO Dion Shango shared his perspective with Business Day TV.
53% of global CEOs are eyeing slower economic growth in 2020, according to a recent PwC survey. Business Day discussed the findings with PwC Africa's CEO Dion Shango.
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