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Let the Sector Games Begin
In a new special report titled “Let the Sector Games Begin” Economic Research team provides an analysis and forecast for industries, sectors and companies worldwide. Sectors of the economy have been struggling amid low commodity prices and emerging markets' turmoil. What should companies do to survive and thrive in Olympic year 2016?
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