World Economic Situation and Prospects 2008
January 2008, New York. Author: DESA
The World Economic Situation and Prospects 2008 argues that after several years of robust growth, the world economy is now facing some serious challenges in sustaining its brisk pace.
According to the Report the end of the housing bubble in the United States, as well as the unfolding credit crisis, the decline of the United States dollar vis-a-vis other major currencies, the persistence of large global imbalances and high oil prices will threaten the sustainability of global economic growth in the coming years.
The Report offers an authoritative and reliable insight into current trends and policies in the world economy.