An economic downturn that started in early 2016 is still a global slowdown, according to new research from research firm NPD Group.
The firm found that U.A.E. firms are still in the midst of a recession.
The U.K. also suffered its first major economic downturn in nearly 20 years, with a 7.5 percent drop in exports in December.
NPD found that the global economy is still growing, and that the U.B.T. economy is showing signs of recovery.
The group expects U.P. growth to pick up over the next few quarters.
“We’re not seeing a slowdown globally,” said NPD president Robert Cialdini.
The global slowdown has affected U.N. leaders and led to calls for new economic policies.
But the economic downturn has not affected global growth.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is forecasting the global economic expansion to reach 1.9 percent this year.
That’s down from 2.6 percent in the previous quarter.
The economic data also doesn’t indicate the impact of the Brexit vote on the U,P.s prospects.
The OECD forecasts growth in the U and P economies will be around 0.5% this year, while the UB and P economy will grow 1.5%, and the UH and P would grow 2.5%.