World Economic Outlook 2023
As we enter 2023, high levels of uncertainty remain about the world’s economic outlook. There are encouraging signs coming out of the United States, higher growth than expected in the last quarter of 2022, and it seems that inflation is finally receding. The lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in China are encouraging, and it could mean a better economic performance than expected in the year ahead. On the other hand, in other parts of the world growth has lost momentum, inflation is persistently high, central banks continue tightening financial conditions, global debt is high, and energy prices remain high as the war in Ukraine continues to unfold.
The Georgetown Americas Institute and the Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy are pleased to host a conversation with Nathan Sheets, global chief economist at Citigroup, for a conversation to decipher where the world economy might be heading in the years ahead. Alejandro Werner, director of the Georgetown Americas Institute, will moderate the discussion.
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