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'Global CEOs unsure of an economic revival in 2015'

India's CEOs buck the global sentiment with their enthusiasm for expected improvement in business climate, says PwC survey

Global chief executive officers (CEOs) are less optimistic about improvement in economic growth in 2015 compared to a year ago; they rank the US the most important growth market over the next 12 months, ahead of China, the first time in five years. India's CEOs, however, buck the global sentiment with their enthusiasm for expected improvement in business climate. These are the findings of PwC's 18th Annual Global CEO Survey based on interviews with 1,300 CEOs across 77 countries, carried out in the last quarter of 2014. Only 37 per cent of the CEOs surveyed think economic growth ...