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What’s next for the world economy?

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We’re now one year on since the Covid-19 pandemic hit and most of the world went into lockdown, resulting in economic uncertainty and a decline in business confidence. Looking at what’s next for the world economy, LeasePlan International and McKinsey & Company hosted a webinar and in this blog we highlight the key takeaways.
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In this 45-minute webinar, McKinsey consultants shared their most recent insights and perspective on the macroeconomic outlook for the global economy and the impact on the future of mobility.

Some of the key conclusions from this webinar include:

The north-south divide in Europe remains and different aspects need to be taken into account:

There are 3 major structural changes happening in the mobility sector:

What happens after the Covid-19 pandemic ends?

In the long-run, McKinsey sees no big changes in the modes of transportation chosen, except a higher uptake in the field of walking and biking.

According to McKinsey, economies will see a higher growth regime supported by proactive government policies, private sector activity to ensure sustainable growth, consumer spending/ demand, leading to job creation and investment.

If you would like to view the entire webinar, it’s below.

McKinsey speakers:

Jens Giersberg Partner, Strategy & Corporate Finance Practice McKinsey & Company

Ezra Greenberg Partner, Strategy & Corporate Finance Practice McKinsey & Company

Stephanie Haag Associate Partner, McKinsey Center for Future Mobility McKinsey & Company

Published at April 28, 2021
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