Model Training Webinar – August 2021

9th August 2021 | We invite you to join our training webinar on the Oxford Economics’ Global Economic Model. During the one-hour training, we will introduce you to the software’s key facilities for visualising, manipulating and downloading data and illustrate how to perform scenario analysis using the Global Economic Model.

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