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  • Global Economic Outlook – Q3 2013
    Economic growth continues at a modest pace.
  • Asia Pacific Economic Outlook – September
    This edition gives a near-term outlook for China, Japan, Myanmar, and Philippines.
  • Resetting Horizons: Global Human Capital Trends 2013
    The world’s leading organizations are raising their sights from recession to the new horizons of 2020 with a focus on talent, globalization, growth, and innovation. Explore 13 global trends driving business decisions.
  • Asia Pacific Economic Outlook – June
    This edition gives a near-term outlook for China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
  • Q2 2013 Global Economic Outlook
    The global economic environment shows signs of improving, but in fits and starts. Still, the story appears to be getting better. This edition includes economic outlooks for the Eurozone, the United States, China, Japan, and India, as well as a topical article on deficits.
  • Asia Pacific Economic Outlook – May
    This edition gives a near-term outlook for China, India, Malaysia, and Thailand.
  • Asia Pacific Economic Outlook – April
    This edition gives a near-term outlook for China, Japan, Singapore, and Vietnam.
  • Strategic Moves 2012: The Global Mobility Island
    Our latest survey reveals organisations are not taking the necessary steps to align global mobility strategies with business’ issues and talent goals. This report discusses the need to better manage an organization’s global supply and demand of skills and talent.
  • Asia Pacific Economic Outlook – March
    This edition gives near-term outlook for China, India, Mayanmar and Philipines.
  • Q1 2013 Global Economic Outlook
    The first quarter edition of Deloitte Research’s Global Economic Outlook offers timely insights from Deloitte Research’s team of economists about the trends and events that are shaping the marketplace.
  • Talent 2020: Surveying the talent paradox from the employee perspective
    This report is the fourth in the Talent 2020 series and it explores the talent paradox from the employee perspective—while there is a surplus of job seekers, some companies are unable to attract and keep highly skilled talent. The report features results from a survey that polled 560 employees at large businesses, across all industries, in the Americas, Asia Pacific, and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
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