In the current scenario, the severe economic disruption across the globe as a result of declining GDP growth, rising interest rates, soaring debt and the lack of healthy competition clearly indicates the future economic shock. In my opinion, the 2008 global financial meltdown was just a calm before the storm because the real economic crisis of our age is approaching at faster pace.
Author: Shahzada RAHIM
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