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In Q1 2021, China's banking sector continued to recover at a steady pace, as the country's economy grew by a record 18.3% y/y. After a 2.7%y/y decline in 2020, the aggregated net profit of Chinese commercial banks increased by 2.4% y/y in Q12021 to ...View more details
The COVID-19 pandemic aggravated the fragile situation of the Argentine economy, which experienced its third consecutive year of recession in 2020. In this context, motor vehicle production, domestic sales and export volumes dropped by 18.3%, 25.5% ...View more details
Finished steel consumption decreased both q/q by 33.2% and y/y by 38% in Q4 FY2021, reaching 19,198 thou tonnes. The finished steel segment comprises non alloy steel, alloy steel and stainless steel. Non alloy steel accounts for the largest share (93 ...View more details
After a slowdown in FY2020 due to dampened economic activity and deleveraging of corporate balance sheets, the total assets of the banking sector grew by 3% q/q in Q4 FY2021. Bank credits (or loans and advances), which also grew by 3% q/q, remained ...View more details
Thanks to a stable regulatory framework and supportive business environment, Chile possesses one of the most developed transport and energy infrastructure networks in Latin America. The country has a well-developed road and port infrastructure in ...View more details
Renewable energy is an important part of Chile’s electric power generation mix. About 46% of the overall electricity produced in 2020 was renewables-based. The non-hydro power generation took a 20% share. Chile has installed 13.7 GW ...View more details
The Philippines has under-invested in its infrastructure for decades, which has resulted in outdated and inadequate infrastructure to meet the country’s economic growth ambitions. For instance, the Philippines’ primary ...View more details
China's healthcare system is hospital-centric, and most of the inpatient and outpatient care in the country is delivered in public hospitals and basic medical institutions. However, due to the growing demand ...View more details
The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the growth trend of the Brazilian real estate sector. Nevertheless, the sector was able to rebound strongly in the second half of 2020, posting record-high gross value added (GVA) and outstanding real ...View more details
Thailand’s government has identified infrastructure building as a crucial activity to drive economic development. Thailand is building considerable public transport infrastructure within the Bangkok Metropolitan Region* to relieve the ...View more details