the forecasting horizon.
Nevertheless, private consumption in the Eurozone should lose momentum in Q2, mainly as a result of the expiration of the car scrappage scheme in France. Consumption should be more robust
of respondents are even forecasting an upturn in business. Italy seems to be lagging behind, with a negative index (-29). However, France and the United Kingdom stand out as the most pessimistic markets (with
in their country were observed in Belgium (55.5%), Germany (49.8%), and Hungary and France (49.4%). The lowest tax wedges on the same basis were in Chile (7%), Mexico (16.2%) and New Zealand (15.9%)
countries such as Belgium and France, no major legislative changes can be blamed for the slowing activity.
But Swiss Staffing told Staffing Industry Analysts that a recovery of the temporary staffing market