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1252 (31-40)
9. Dezember 2019
31
Der Wandel hin zu alternativen Antriebstechnologien wie der Elektromobilität ist derzeit die größte Herausforderung für die globale Automobilindustrie. Denn dieser Strukturwandel wird bislang in erster Linie durch staatliche Regulierung und weniger durch Marktkräfte getrieben. Elektroautos kommen derzeit nur dort auf einen nennenswerten Marktanteil, wo sie stark subventioniert werden. E-Mobilität kann einen Beitrag dazu leisten, die CO2-Emissionen in der EU zu verringern. Der positive Klimaeffekt wird aber nicht so hoch ausfallen, wie sich das viele Befürworter der E-Mobilität erhoffen. Für den Produktionsstandort Deutschland droht ein verkraftbarer Verlust an Arbeitsplätzen; für die Wertschöpfung sind allerdings viele Standortfaktoren entscheidend. [mehr]
4. Dezember 2019
32
Many ‘decade ahead’ predictions prove unreliable. And we admit this special edition of Konzept cannot be a perfect crystal ball. Regardless, we present 24 contrarian ideas for how the 2020s may evolve because we believe it is best to be prepared for the unexpected themes that may arise over the coming decade. After all, if the 2010s have taught us anything it is that the trends of the prior decade are no guide for the decade to come. [mehr]
4. Dezember 2019
33
Yi Xiong, China Economist, sets out how the Chinese economy has been driven by a key theme in each of the last two decades: exports and then public investment. The next decade is set to be the consumption decade. The latent spending potential, particularly in retiring Chinese will continue to drive growth. [mehr]
3. Dezember 2019
34
The past year and a half has seen an impressive slide in the global economy. Global GDP growth is expected to have ebbed to its lowest rate since the great recession this year, with some regions nearing recession and others increasingly fearing it. The primary factor is the strongly depressing effect on global trade and investment that has resulted from sharp increases in economic policy uncertainty associated with both trade policy conflicts and Brexit. Peter Hooper, Global Head of Economic Research, shares his insights. [mehr]
3. Dezember 2019
35
The past year and a half has seen an impressive slide in the global economy. Global GDP growth is expected to have ebbed to its lowest rate since the great recession this year, with some regions nearing recession and others increasingly fearing it. The primary factor is the strongly depressing effect on global trade and investment that has resulted from sharp increases in economic policy uncertainty associated with both trade policy conflicts and Brexit. [mehr]
25. November 2019
37
Passenger numbers at German airports recently fell for the first time since December 2017. The decline is largely due to economic reasons, such as the cyclical slowdown and lower supply due to airline bankruptcies. Air travel is increasingly coming into the focus of climate-policy regulation. Traffic at regional airports may be hit most. In contrast, large airports are likely to see passenger numbers increase further. “Flight shame” looks set to remain a niche phenomenon. [mehr]
22. November 2019
38
Das Passagieraufkommen an deutschen Flughäfen sank zuletzt zum ersten Mal seit Dezember 2017. Hierfür sind vor allem wirtschaftliche Gründe maßgeblich, etwa die konjunkturelle Schwächephase oder ein reduziertes Angebot aufgrund von Insolvenzen in der Luftfahrtbranche. Der Luftverkehr rückt weiter in den Fokus klimapolitischer Regulierung. Davon dürften vor allem Verkehre an Regionalflughäfen betroffen sein. Das Wachstum des Luftverkehrs wird dagegen weiterhin eher an den großen Airports stattfinden. Flugscham dürfte ein Nischenphänomen bleiben. [mehr]
21. November 2019
39
In the lending and deposit-taking business with retail customers, there are substantial differences between the federal states. 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, per capita loan volumes in east Germany are significantly lower than in the west. The latter, in turn, is characterised by a certain north-south divide. Savings banks have a market share of 25-35% throughout the country, whereas cooperative banks have a much stronger presence in the south and west than in the east and north. The large banks achieve an above-average market share of 20-25% in the city states and east Germany. The spread between the federal states is smaller for deposit volumes than for credit volumes. Primarily the savings banks, cooperative banks and other commercial banks have to cope with a considerable deposit overhang and thus an "investment plight" in the negative interest rate environment. In east Germany, the deposit overhang is particularly large. Due to digitisation, changes to the established regional focuses might now be possible. [mehr]
21. November 2019
40
As German policymakers plan to do without nuclear power, coal and lignite in the future, natural gas remains the last traditional source for power generation. And since Germany targets complete climate neutrality by 2050, natural gas will also be a transitional source of energy – nothing more and nothing less. The completion and operation of Nord Stream II is clearly in line with the declared goals of German energy policy. Nord Stream II will improve supply security and pipeline gas, such as that delivered by Nord Stream II, is more environmentally friendly than LNG. [mehr]
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