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2020 CIS Outlook

  • ID: 4850783
  • Country Profile
  • Region: CIS
  • 24 pages
  • DuckerFrontier
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Slightly moderating energy prices and improving Russian growth will continue to support consistent growth in the region, while currencies will remain relatively stable (with some minor depreciation), sustaining demand for imports. Compared to most emerging-market regions, the CIS region is threatened by fewer risk factors, helping drive rising investment from MNCs and regional players. As a result, MNCs need to refine their competitive advantage and focus on solid execution with local partners to win in increasingly competitive markets in 2020. Still, firms need to monitor global risks - especially a financial crisis in China and a further downturn in oil prices to below US$ 50/bbl. - which would substantially disrupt CIS' outlook and which serve as the primary risk factors for the region's growth.
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Executive Summary

2020 CIS Outlook and Main Drivers
  • Our View on CIS
  • The Region Within the EMEA Context
  • Driver #1: Commodity Exports
  • Driver #2: Russia's Influence
  • Driver #3: Currency Stability
  • Driver #4: China's Influence
  • Driver #5: Public Spending
Country Outlooks
  • Ukraine Outlook
  • Belarus Outlook
  • Moldova Outlook
  • Azerbaijan Outlook
  • Armenia Outlook
  • Georgia Outlook
  • Kazakhstan Outlook
  • Turkmenistan Outlook
  • Uzbekistan Outlook
  • Kyrgyzstan Outlook
  • Tajikistan Outlook
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