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In Q4 2017, the revenue of China’s food sector declined by 21.9% y/y to RMB 550.7bn mostly due to lower food prices. Food prices went down by 1.4% y/y in 2017, mainly because of sufficient supplies of pork and fresh vegetables. In 2017 pork ...READ MORE
The revenue of China’s beverage sector saw a significant decrease in Q42017, due to the shrinking sales of beverages. Total beverage retail sales in Q4 2017 decreased by 12.9% y/y to RMB 54.1bn. Baijiu sales volume in the period plummeted by 50 ...READ MORE
Romania has significant oil and natural gas reserves and new ones are still being developed. The country is the third largest crude oil and natural gas producer within the EU and could play a vital role as a southeast Europe gas supplier, helping to ...READ MORE
The extraction of oil and gas is one of Argentina’s main economic sectors, accounting for 2.7% of GDP and 1% of exports in 2017, as well as 1% of total employment at the end of that year. Oil and natural gas are the main sources of energy in ...READ MORE
Turkey’s health insurance coverage reaches 98.4% of the population, according to the OECD Health Statistics 2017. The state, through the Ministry of Health (MoH), is the main provider of health services in the country, which still has very low ...READ MORE
In 2012-2017 Chile’s total health expenditure rose at a CAGR of 11.6%, driven by a solid increase of government spending on healthcare. In 2017, Chile allocated 8.1% of its GDP on healthcare, a figure that is bound to grow in the short term. ...READ MORE
China is the largest cement producer in the world, accounting for 58.5% of global output in 2017. The cement sector in China is characterised by overcapacity, a large number of enterprises and fierce competition. The sector is undergoing a process of ...READ MORE
Poland is the sixth-largest market in Europe (understood as EU28 plus Norway and Switzerland) for pharmaceuticals as well as for cosmetics, with respective market sales of around PLN 38.3bn in 2017 and of at least PLN 16bn in 2016 (some estimates, ...READ MORE
Argentina is one of the world's largest producers and exporters of cereals and oilseeds and it is also among the ten biggest beef and poultry meat producers on a global scale. The agriculture sector has a key socio-economic role for Argentina, ...READ MORE
Expenditure on healthcare in Romania reached RON 35.2bn in 2015, according to data provided by Eurostat. Total expenditure on healthcare was equal to 4.94% of GDP in that year. The Romanian healthcare sector was characterised by the lowest per capita ...READ MORE