RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Some 82% view the international economic scenario over the coming 12 months with positive prospects. In turn, the global average for this indicator stands at 77%.
In Brazil, 5% of executives surveyed believe that 2022 will be a year of international economic stability, while 13% project a slowdown.
As for Brazil's GDP, 63% believe that the country's economy will accelerate, another 26% expect a slowdown, while 11% said there will be stability.
The data are from PwC's 25th Annual Global CEO Survey, which interviewed over 4,400 executives in 89 countries.
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