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EES 2018 infographic

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EUROCHAMBRES
25th edition
ECONOMIC
SURVEY 2018
Bolstered by relatively
stable economic conditions, European businesses are generally optimistic about 2018.
Employment
Business
Confidence
In line with their general optimism, businesses anticipate workforce expansion for
a fifth consecutive year.
50.000
BUSINESSES
FROM 23
COUNTRIES
Challenges
1. Domestic demand
2. Lack of skilled workers
3. Labour costs
4. Energy & raw materials prices
5. Financing conditions
6. Foreign demand
7. Exchange rates
8. Impact of Brexit
Top
2018
Lack of skilled workers ranks second
among challenges
for the first time
for EES2018.
ASSOCIATION OF EUROPEAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
[email protected]   •   www.eurochambres.eu   •   @EUROCHAMBRES
Sales
High consumer confidence, strong intra-EU trade expectations and opportunities in fast-growing markets lead to positive sales expectations.
EES methodology is explained
in the report accessible via: http://bit.ly/2j61EU2
  Apart from in Ireland and Malta, European businesses do not identify Brexit as a significant challenge.