26th Annual Global CEO Survey – Findings for North Macedonia

We’re excited to launch our 26th edition of PwC’s Annual Global CEO Survey with key findings for North Macedonia.

We’ve organised this year’s survey summary into nine tough questions – which naturally fall into three groups – about what it takes to operate in our dual-imperative world.

  1. The race for the future.
  2. Today’s tensions.
  3. A balanced agenda.

What are some of the key findings that emerged from the survey?

40% of global CEOs and almost 45% of CEO’s in North Macedonia think their organisation will no longer be economically viable in ten years’ time, if it continues on its current course. That stark data point underscores a dual imperative facing 4,410 CEOs from 105 countries and territories, of which 36 from North Macedonia, who responded to PwC’s 26th Annual Global CEO Survey. Most CEOs in North Macedonia feel it’s critically important for them to reinvent their businesses for the future. They also face daunting near-term challenges, starting with the global economy, which nearly 75% believe will see declining growth during the year ahead. 

Find out more insights in our latest report, available in Macedonian and English.


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Miroslav Marchev

Miroslav Marchev

Country Managing Partner, PwC North Macedonia

Tel: +389 2 3140 900

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