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Economy, Finance and Trade Mexico: Trump’s Protectionist Administration Will Hurt Mexico

Euromonitor International’s Mexico Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on one of Latin America’s economies which is heavily reliant on the success of the US economy to drive exports progression and remittance inflows. Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the US elections pushed the Mexican peso to historic lows, summoning dangers instore for Mexico, given the […]
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Economy, Finance and Trade Egypt: Key Economic Reforms will Boost Egypt’s Economic Potential

Euromonitor International’s Egypt Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing focuses on the fifth largest and fastest growing economy in the Middle East and North Africa (in US$ terms), which is currently carrying out major economic reforms to help restore its macroeconomic stability. The economy has been able to partially recover from the shock of the Arab Uprising […]
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Income and Expenditure Indonesia: The Country’s Middle Class Will Continue to Expand Robustly

Euromonitor International’s Indonesia Income and Expenditure Country Briefing focuses on one of the key emerging markets with the best middle class potential. In 2016, the country recorded the world’s fourth largest middle class with 19.6 million households, which is expected to rise to 23.9 million in 2030, making this group a prominent consumer force in […]
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Indonesia: Economic Growth Rate, Although High, Remains Below the Government’s Expectation

Euromonitor International’s Indonesia Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing focuses on one of the key emerging markets with immense growth potential. To accelerate economic growth amidst numerous global challenges, Indonesia has been implementing various reforms. A series of interest rate cuts was carried out by the central bank to stimulate credit growth. Additionally, the government has been […]
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World Expo 2020 will Strengthen the UAE’s Regional Superiority in Competitiveness

Euromonitor International’s United Arab Emirates (UAE) Business Dynamics Country Briefing focuses on the most competitive nation in the Middle East and Africa having a relatively diversified economy and a favourable business landscape. Despite being a small nation, UAE has emerged as being one of the wealthiest and most dynamic countries globally. The country’s demographic dividend adds to […]
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Argentina: Progressive Policies will Enhance Argentina’s Economic Prospects

Since taking office in December 2015, President Mauricio Macri has taken a number of steps to eliminate protectionist practices that have undermined Argentina’s growth potential for years. Immediately after taking office, the government scrapped currency controls and allowed the peso to freely float. Although this has weakened the peso considerably, in the long run, it will help […]
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The End of Sanctions Marks a New Beginning for Iran

Euromonitor International’s Iran Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing focuses on one of the Middle East’s largest and most promising economies. The intensification of the international sanctions over Iran in 2012 and the fall in oil prices since mid-2014 took a toll on the Iranian economy. However, short-term relief from sanctions and rise in private […]
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Economy, Finance and Trade Vietnam: Asia Pacific’s Next Manufacturing Hub

Euromonitor International’s Vietnam Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic and fastest growing emerging markets. Low labour costs when compared to regional peers such as China and Thailand have supported the growth of Vietnam as a manufacturing base and a major electronics exporter in the region. Furthermore, Vietnam has a young population with a bourgeoning middle […]
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South Africa Will Continue to Face Headwinds in 2017

Euromonitor International’s South Africa Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on Sub-Saharan Africa’s most industrialised economy that is currently experiencing economic and political mayhem. The nation’s sovereign status was downgraded to ‘junk’ by the credit rating agencies Standard & Poor’s (S&P) and Fitch in April 2017, which could lead to heightened capital outflows, reduced investor confidence, job cuts and […]
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Business Dynamics Croatia: Continued Steadfast Reforms Will Further Improve Business Landscape

Euromonitor International’s Croatia Business Dynamics Country Briefing focuses on the nation that became the newest European Union (EU) member in July 2013. Since joining the EU, Croatia has received significant funding from the European Commission (EC), enabling the government to carry out major restructuring that is crucial to enhance the country’s business landscape. Red tape, difficulty […]
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Economy, Finance and Trade China: Heightened Capital Flight is a Key Risk China Faces

Euromonitor International’s China Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on the world’s largest economy (in purchasing power parity terms) which is currently facing major internal as well as external risks. Despite continued economic deceleration, China has been successful in rebalancing toward services and consumption led economic growth. Nonetheless, the country continues to face downside […]
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Economy, Finance and Trade Ireland: Twin Challenges of Brexit and Trump

Euromonitor International’s Ireland Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on one of the world’s most attractive investment destinations, offering an extremely favourable tax regime. This makes Ireland very appealing to foreign firms, resulting in extremely large FDI inflows, particularly from the US and UK. According to IBM’s 2016 Global Locations Trend’s report, Ireland continued […]
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Thailand: A Rapidly Ageing Populace will Continue to Undermine the Economy’s Growth Potential

Thailand’s population is ageing at a much faster pace than its regional peers. This will aggravate the labour shortage issue the country currently faces and put pressure on public finances, via higher pension outlays and lower tax revenues. Furthermore, a generally poor rate of savings, an inadequate pension system along with Thailand’s culture, requiring families […]
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