The year 2023 showed a surprising lack of impact from the pandemic, with a major focus on upcoming elections around the world. Europe and the US faced economic shifts, with the US seeing a decline in the tech sector. The dollar declined in value, while China remained overconfident in its economic stability. Immigration increased, especially in Poland, while emerging economies thrived despite worries over instability. The film industry struggled, with theaters failing to attract moviegoers, and China’s prominence in economic relationships changed course leading to gains for other emerging countries. The technology sector took a hit and the US economy saw a slowdown despite the general positive economic outlook. Throughout these changes, there were signs of resilience and potential opportunities for growth in several areas, from Europe’s real wages to industries embracing policy orthodoxy in emerging economies.
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