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Business leaders are now facing rising inflation, and many are anticipating a significant slowdown in economic activity. The US may be earlier to sound the alarm, but the EU is forecasting a similar situation by early 2023. For the IT market, IDC expects continued resilience in the enterprise space – driven by this ‘As-a-Service’ technology landscape.
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According to the latest update of IDC’s Worldwide ICT Spending Guide Industry and Company Size, V1 April 2022, the Russia-Ukraine conflict will affect 2022 spending across all industries in CEE, but resource industries, consumer, transportation, personal and consumer services, and education will see the largest drops.
With research experts around the globe, IDC is analyzing the effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on global markets and we answer eight questions from prominent business leaders worldwide.
While not as exposed as European nations, Asian nations, will undoubtedly feel the spillover effects of the economic sanctions on Russia, as will the ICT industry in Asia/Pacific. IDC expects that sanctions, commodity shortages, and higher prices for oil and gas as well as other essential goods will further fuel inflationary pressures and damage ICT supply chains that support the regional consumer electronics/semiconductor manufacturing as well as distribution industries.