EMIS Insights, our proprietary research arm, provides comprehensive industry reports for Central Europe. Our network of locally based industry experts supplies analysis exclusive to EMIS customers.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the Central Europe’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report’s contents include executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
Russia’s mining and quarrying sector is a key industry in the country’s economy with the value of production equal to 15% of the nominal GDP in 2017. In Russian statistics, the sector includes extraction of oil and gas, the ...READ MORE
The importance of the retail sector for the Polish economy is tremendous. The sector employs around 18% of the country's workforce and in 2017 the value of retail sales was equal to over 40% of Poland's GDP. The sector is becoming more and more ...READ MORE
The Czech automotive sector’s GVA represents slightly over 5% of the country’s GDP. According to the Czech Automotive Industry Association (SAP), car manufacturers make up a quarter of the country's industrial output and 22% of its ...READ MORE
Due to the focus on traditional banking products and the austere financial supervision, the Polish banking system has weathered down the crises of the last two decades very well and remains well capitalised and non-volatile. Still, Poland is viewed ...READ MORE
The Polish metal processing sector is the 8th biggest in Europe and the 18th biggest in the world. It constitutes 0.5% of the country’s GDP and its exports account for 9.4% of the country’s total exports. The sector is dominated by the ...READ MORE
The gross value added (GVA) of the Polish construction sector constituted 6.4% of GDP in 2016. Specialised construction activities accounted for 42.6% of the total construction output, followed by construction of buildings (33.2%) and civil ...READ MORE
The total premiums in Poland’s insurance sector in 2017 stood at PLN 62.4bn or 3.1% of GDP. This share inched up by 0.1 pp in 2017 after two years of stagnation. The sector is important for the economy, both as a provider of jobs (it employs ...READ MORE
The wood, paper and furniture industry is one of the key sectors of the Polish economy, its combined gross value added stood at PLN37.57bn in2016, which represented 2% of the GDP. The gross output of the three subsectors stood for around 6.5% of the ...READ MORE
Despite the country’s vast territory, favourable geographic position and wide range of potential tourist attractions, Russia’s tourism and leisure sector remains underdeveloped. The direct contribution of travel and tourism to ...READ MORE
The Russian metal processing sector is a major supplier for the global market. The country is the second-largest producer of aluminium, supplying 6% of global production in 2017, and the fifth-biggest crude steel producer, accounting for 4 ...READ MORE