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【英文】ACCA报告:新冠肺炎对商业的影响全球调查(40页)

英文研究报告 2020-06-02 1 管理员

ACCA’s Q1 2020 Global Economic Conditions Survey  (GECS) was conducted from 28 February to 12 March  inclusive. This period included the spread of COVID-19  to Europe and the US and saw some of the initial policy  responses, mainly from central banks. While the major  impact on economic activity from lockdowns and business  closures had not yet begun to be experienced globally,  by this time such effects were having quite profound  impacts in the Asia–Pacific region, the source of the  outbreak. This geographical split is reflected in some of  the key indicators in the Q1 GECS. Confidence fell everywhere: in most cases, sharply and to  the lowest levels since the survey began. The Q1 drop in  Asia–Pacific confidence is less than the global average,  but confidence here was already relatively weak as a  consequence of US–China trade tensions. Hence, it took a  relatively small drop to reduce confidence in Asia–Pacific  to the lowest level among all regions. Western Europe  and the Middle East have only a slightly higher confidence  level. Indeed, there is relatively little divergence in  confidence between regions, which is to be expected given  the global nature of the COVID-19 economic shock.

Our data survey shows that the impact of COVID-19 is  extensive, affecting organisations irrespective of size,  sector or geography. Across a wide range of parameters,  respondents have identified key issues facing their  organisations. Businesses are confronting a wide range of  challenges that are, crucially, interconnected and present  right across the organisation operational value chain  (Figure 1.1). The challenges faced by many organisations represent  the classic issues for business as the global economy  downturns, but magnified by complete lockdown in many  jurisdictions. Falling customer demand is compounded  by supply chain disruptions as logistics are severely  impaired, creating challenges in fulfilling whatever  customer order demand may still exist. At the same  time, some organisations are immediately deferring  new product and service launches and putting capital  investment plans on hold.

【英文】ACCA报告:新冠肺炎对商业的影响全球调查(40页)

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