The widespread opinion is that the world in 2017 is in a better economic condition than it was recently anticipated and that with the exception of some areas (South America …), there is an improvement in both economic growth and the reduction of unemployment. At the same time analysts point to the lack of long-term sustainability: the trend of increasing inequality continues, the irresponsible treatment of sustainability continues, and finally yet importantly in the decision-making of large corporations, short-termism prevails. In addition, analysts add that the business environment has not been in a long time as uncertain as it is now. One of the important reasons for this is the political uncertainty associated with the changed power relations in the global context, the growth of national (protectionist) ideologies, and the emergence of political (economic) personalities that break down the already established norms of democratic decision-making. They can be compared with cyclops, tribes of giants of Greek mythology, who have only one eye.
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