Social changes

LATEST: Declining workforce participation will be a drag on Australia's economic growth.
LATEST: Have a rentable section to each high end store could be the perfect answer for retailers to supplement sales when their customers are short on cash for designer fashions.
LATEST: Caring for one child affected by the Zika virus in utero could cost about $10 million over a lifetime.
LATEST: By 2031, public transport patronage in many cities is expected to have doubled or even tripled in 25 years.
LATEST: By 2050, child malnutrition is expected to increase by 20 percent relative to a world with no climate change.
LATEST: There's the possibility of a Trump-led trade war with China, risks to market stability from the Italian banking sector and complications from Britain's exit from the European Union.
LATEST: America could reduce emissions by nearly 80 percent in just 15 years without impacting consumer electricity costs by using more renewables.
LATEST: The continuing threat of nuclear terrorism is real.
LATEST: Mr Trump could fuel currency wars by formally accusing China of manipulating the value of the yuan and keeping it artificially low.
LATEST: In poultry, the figure will be about 15%, while in the meat processing sector all depends on a timely correction to the strategy of companies, but, given the traditional Russian laziness, 20% of bu...
LATEST: UK companies that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables under plans announced on Friday.
LATEST: Parents forget that their children are going to grow up one day and Google themselves and all this content about them will already be out there.
LATEST: Gen Z is about to enter the workforce and companies will need to work harder than ever before to recruit and retain the best talent.
LATEST: By 2031 when Generation Alpha enter the workforce at the tender age of 21 the youngest of Gen Xers will be only 55 years old.
LATEST: Millennials will be the largest proportion of any generation in the U.S. workforce by 2025.
LATEST: Excess electricity could be used to create ice to cool buildings and homes when the price of electricity is high.
LATEST: The U.S. Department of Agriculture should better align its inspections with the risks posed to human health.
LATEST: The latest advances in artificial intelligence could see robots able to interpret images and add enough information to make sense of an ever increasing visual multimedia world.
LATEST: Businesses are going to struggle with the big questions posed by technology, changing demographics and globalisation.
LATEST: The market for emission control catalyst is expected to experience high growth in near future.
LATEST: VR headsets are expected to become a major component in the future in gaming, entertainment and computing.
LATEST: 67% of Global CEOs predict that in five years, workplace talent will focus more on corporate culture and values than they do on pay.
LATEST: There are risks to the Scottish economy of any decline in current number of EU migrants.
LATEST: Pretty much all populated areas of the Earth will experience sea level rise.
LATEST: The Australian Government will invest $50 million over the next seven years to establish the Cyber Security CRC.
LATEST: EU migrants aged under 30 could be given two-year visas that allow them to live and work in the UK post-Brexit under economic contingency proposals being considered by the Government.
LATEST: India's population is expected to rise to 1.5 billion by 2030.
LATEST: Population growth and an expansion of drylands due to climate change could increase the number of people living in challenging environments by up to 70 percent by 2030.
LATEST: Muslims are soon expected to represent the largest share of global consumer spending.
LATEST: Building a resource-efficient economy will require all countries to change the way natural resources are used.
LATEST: Men can expect to live for another 19 years and women a further 21 years.
LATEST: EU trade marks (EUTMs) and Registered Community designs (RCDs) will still give protection in the UK until at least June 2018.
LATEST: Starting next year, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation will use 10,000-ton freighters as ocean-going launchpads for its Long March 11 launch rocket.
LATEST: The economic growth of developing countries may slow the peak until 2030 but oil demand growth will still be reduced over the next 10 years by greater fuel efficiency standards and and the growth o...
LATEST: An upcoming project, AVOID II, will use data from the IOTA global trade model to compare the indirect and embedded resource requirements of consumption in the UK with anticipated climate change imp...
LATEST: India's new Goods and Services Tax will unify a $2 trillion economy into a single market.
LATEST: The UK could drop out of the EU without a legally binding exit agreement and the WTO tariffs (above 5% on average) would apply to trade in goods and services.
LATEST: Hot travel destinations will also face their own challenges to ensure they are prepared for Chinese tourists and entice them to visit their country and part with their money.
LATEST: Businesses that depend directly or indirectly on GPS services should document the risks associated with outages of various extent and duration and take action to mitigate the risks.37 ? Where possi...
LATEST: More than 40 percent of the US$12 trillion in business opportunities associated with the Global Goals around the world are in Asia.
LATEST: McKinsey reports 8-12 million middle-skilled jobs will be displaced within the next 10 years.
LATEST: Indian population will contribute an increase in consumption of around 300 million barrels per day per year for next few years.

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