Study: Transportation executives worried about the economy

Top executives in the transportation and logistics sectors are concerned about the economic situation. 42 percent expect the global economic situation to decline, according to PwC’s annual Global CEO Survey.

Top executives in the transportation and logistics industries are not exactly optimistic about the economic prospects of global finance, and thus their own business opportunities, says PwC’s annual Global CEO Survey, in which 1,258 top executives have been asked about their expectations for development of the economy.

For instance, 42 percent expect the global economy to decline over the next 12 months. A mere 13 percent are optimistic, expecting the economy to improve. The study also shows that a majority is trying to improve revenue by betting more on existing markets, while a 22 percent minority is focusing on new markets.

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