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2013 Economic Outlook & Year-End Considerations

Read the 2013 Economic Outlook & Year-End Considerations Highlights.

Launch Webcast Replay (Original Webcast | January 10, 2013)



Is the global economy getting better -- or can we expect "more of the same" in 2013?

The January 2013 KPMG/NACD Quarterly Audit Committee Webcast, featured a dialogue with Leo Abruzzese, director of global forecasting for the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), on the outlook for the U.S. and global economies in 2013.

From the fiscal crisis in the United States, China's slowing economy and growing consumer class, and the Euro zone's shift from "crisis to chronic," to prospects for stronger growth in emerging markets, Abruzzese paints a vivid picture of the economic risk scenarios and bright spots shaping business decisions in the year ahead.

Hosted by James P. Liddy, KPMG's U.S. Audit vice chair, this 60-minute webcast also covered timely year-end financial reporting considerations and key legislative/regulatory developments impacting businesses and board oversight.




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