The results from the 20th global CEO survey are here and they show some interesting facts about the CEOs around the world.
PwC’s Global Chairman, Bob Moritz, presented some of the key findings of PwC’s annual survey of business leaders from around the world at a press briefing in Davos, Switzerland.
CEO survey results
Bob Moritz explained the results of the global CEO survey and stated that the CEOs are optimistic about growth but concerned about the risks including government regulations. We also heard from the CEOs their willingness to invest and think about the opportunities in China. Last but not least they are spending more than half of their time focused on corporate culture, governance and alike, as opposed to metrics and financial information.
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