Uruguay is the world's 77th largest economy and ranks 54th among emerging markets in terms of GDP. The Uruguayan economy grew by 2.7% in 2017. A subscription to EMIS provides access to a database of close to 1,000 Uruguayan companies as well as a range of sector reports, macroeconomic data and news from 90 local and global sources.
Releasing 5G spectrum will generate US$565bn in GDP for mobile industry
BNA - English News | 2018-Dec-14
Uruguay: Consumer prices increased 8.05% in the 12 months to November 2018, INE
M-Brain - News Monitoring | 2018-Dec-07
Past in Perspective
AsiaNet-Pakistan - Daily News | 2018-Dec-06
Silent Inflation by Robert J. Shiller
Project Syndicate - News Commentary | 2018-Nov-23
Uruguay: Core industrial sector sees sharp fall in production in September
M-Brain - News Monitoring | 2018-Nov-16
UAE, Uruguay trade exchange reaches US$43.6 million in 2017
WAM news - English | 2018-Nov-12
Uruguay: Inflation of 8.01% recorded in October 2018
M-Brain - News Monitoring | 2018-Nov-08
In brief: Uruguay
LatinNews Daily Briefing | 2018-Nov-06
Uruguay: Fiscal deficit at 3.9% of the country's GDP
M-Brain - News Monitoring | 2018-Nov-02
Uruguay: Industry investments in machinery/equipment rise by 33.4% in Q3 2018
M-Brain - News Monitoring | 2018-Nov-01
In brief: Uruguay
LatinNews Daily Briefing | 2018-Nov-05
Uruguay: ECLAC revises economic growth outlook for 2018 down to 1.9%
M-Brain - News Monitoring | 2018-Oct-19
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Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
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According to consultancy Carle & Andrioli, Investment in Uruguay’s agricultural machinery sector totalled US$130mn, down 51% from 2014, marking the second consecutive year of reduced investments.
The drop is in line with the general decrease in ...09 Feb
Unemployment in Uruguay fell to 7.9% in November 2015 (6.5% for men and 9.6% for women), after three months of consecutive growth in unemployment in the country, with officials stating that the job market is stabilising.
Employment levels increa...11 Jan
Uruguay’s Centre for Economic Research (CINVE) has announced economic growth reached 1.6% in 2015, and could potentially reach 0.9% in 2016. CINVE also believes that in the short term it will be difficult to keep inflation within official targets.
Due to high water levels at hydroelectricity dams and the incorporation of wind farms, Uruguay’s state-owned energy firm UTE achieved high energy exports of 1mn MWh during 2015.
However, nearly all the energy exported was sent to Argentina at a ...02 Feb