The study examines the findings of a survey of 350 senior finance executives from consumer markets companies around the world.
Economic uncertainty was the biggest risk cited by 44 percent of respondents. Political instability was next on their list, coming in at 27 percent. Sovereign debt crises and stock market swings, at 22 percent and 21 percent respectively, were the next biggest risks for respondents.
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