Indeed free market bring benefit for consumers. They can buy good quality products or good service with competitive price. Competitive is good for producers and consumers. Without competitive the world will not be developed... or even better if ...
We recently forecast that 2018 will be a bumper year for M&A and IPO deals, thanks to improved global demand, continued momentum in stock markets and an uptick in global trade. The big risks to this outlook include unpredictable US trade policy, problems in the US bond market and a dip in China's economic growth.
This article is part of the Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils
Will technology kill jobs and exacerbate inequality, or usher in a utopia of more meaningful work and healthier societies? While it is impossible to know what tomorrow holds, research by global professional services company PwC explores four possible futures – or “worlds” – driven by the “mega trends” of technological breakthroughs, rapid urbanization, ageing populations, shifting global economic power, resource scarcity and climate change.
Here are five basic principles underlying the technology.
“Who are you?” may well be the world’s most frequently asked question. On a website, in a nightclub, at an airport, or in front of a bank counter, everyone wants us to prove that we are who we say we are.
Promoting individual happiness as our utmost ethos is self-defeating, as deeply divided societies turn unstable and unhappy