PwC: 66% of Russian CEOs foresee increase in profit in 2013

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PwC: 66% of Russian CEOs foresee increase in profit in 2013
Published 28-01-2013, 05:16
Only 36% of global CEOs expect an increase in profit in 2013 versus 66% in Russia, according to PwC's Annual Global CEO Survey "Moving toward Stabilization".
The proportion of optimistic CEOs has decreased from 40% to 36% in the world on average, but increased from 48% to 66% in Russia.

Among the main risks considered by Russian CEOs is the shortage of skilled personnel.

The investment priorities named by companies operating in various regions differ significantly. Two of three priorities are standard and common for all. They are expanding the client base and improving efficiency. In Russia, production capacity is important, too. Innovations are the priority in the other BRIC countries. M&As are to be expected in the USA while Western Europe intends to improve services.

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