Economic Survey Early Summer 2022
Business expectations in the German economy has taken a significant turn for the worse in the recent months. This is one of the results of the nationwide IHK economic survey for early summer, for which the DIHK evaluated the feedback from a total of more than 25,000 companies from all sectors and regions. According to the survey, one third of the companies expect business to become worse in the next twelve months, and only 19 percent expect an improvement.
Going International 2022
The Russian attack on Ukraine and the resulting consequences for the economy act like a burning glass on the situation of German companies active abroad: Even before the war began, they were increasingly encountering trade barriers around the world. This shows the survey "Going International" from this year by the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK).
Economic Survey February 2022
The German economy assesses its current situation and the outlook for 2022 whole more negatively overall than before the turn of the year. This is the result of the first economic survey 2022 from the 79 German Chambers of Commerce and Industry. The Chambers surveyed almost 28,000 companies from all sectors and regions. For more information you can click here.
Economic Survey Fall 2021
The currently situation is good, but the outlook is disappointing. The Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) sees the recovery process as having weakened considerably and does not expect a sustainable, investment-driven upturn. Above all, the factors of energy prices, raw material bottlenecks and a shortage of skilled workers are the key of risks. These are the results of the latest DIHK economic survey, in which around 28,000 companies took part. For more information you can click here.
AHK World Business Outlook Fall 2021
The current situation is good, but the outlook is disappointing. The Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) considers the recovery process to be significantly weakened and does not expect a sustainable, investment-driven upswing. Above all, the factors of energy prices, raw material supply bottlenecks and a shortage of skilled workers are the greatest risks. These are the results of the current DIHK business survey in which around 28,000 companies participated. For more information you can click here.
Economic Survey Spring 2021
How is the mood at german economy? This answered over 27,000 german companies at DIHK economic survey in spring 2021. For more information you can click here.
AHK World Business Outlook Spring 2021
In the AHK World Business Outlook Spring 2021, more than 4,500 surveyed german companies with international offices in over 70 countries show optimistic again. Here you can find more information.
Economic Survey February 2021
In the midst of the renewed lockdown in numerous sectors of the economy, German companies overall assess their current situation worse than in fall 2020. To the complete survey.
Going International 2021
Even before the Corona crisis, global trade conflicts, new customs duties and trade barriers determined the reality of foreign-oriented companies in Germany: This is shown by the "Going International" 2020 survey, which collected responses from around 2,500 companies at the beginning of the year. More.