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APAC CEOs: Global economic slump takes toll on region

Computerworld Hong Kong staff | Sept. 5, 2012
Economic disruption -- including possible recession in the US, the Euro zone crisis and China's slowing economy -- have taken a toll on the confidence of CEOs in the Asia Pacific region, said PwC that released results of a survey Tuesday.

Using IT to meet customer expectations

In terms of IT, nearly 60% of Asia Pacific CEOs say there is a critical need to improve their use of technologies like cloud computing, digital devices and social media in order to meet customer and employee expectations, PwC said.

CEOs believe the top priorities of the APEC organization should be promoting the free flow of investments in Asia Pacific, harmonizing regulations and standards, and mapping skills in the region with an eye to helping ease restrictions on immigration, PwC revealed.

 

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