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The level of business and especially leisure activity in the economy is driven in large part by the amount of disposable income (income after taxes) in the economy.
As the US economy recovers from the great recession, GDP growth may come from areas that don’t necessarily translate directly into income growth (inventory accumulation or a reduction in imports).
After the price of oil increased by 6.9 percent in 2012 and 88 percent in total since 2009, IHS Global Insight (Federal Aviation Administration, FY 2013-2033) projects the price, as measured by the Refiners’ Acquisition Cost, to reach per barrel in 2013 (down 11.5 percent from 2012).
Oil prices are forecast to decline to /barrel by 2015 and then gradually increase to 2/barrel by 2025.
The E-Commerce Task Force has fully endorsed the approach to expanding the e-freight network to cover 80 percent of the global air cargo network by the end of 2015.
It is based on developing e-freight on a worldwide scale using “one vision, several pillars.” The first pillar asks for the creation of e-freight route network; in essence a network of countries where e-freight procedures are possible for a core set of documents.