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Indonesia’s banking sector is highly underdeveloped. At 55% of GDP in 2018, the bank asset penetration ratio is among the lowest in Asia. The sector’s gross value added (GVA) generates slightly over 3% of the overall economy and a total ...View more details
In terms of vehicle numbers, automotive production in India in Q1 FY2020 – i.e. in April, May and June 2019 – saw a continuation of the slowdown registered in the second half of FY2019, when sector performance was hit hard by declining ...View more details
The performance of the Colombian transportation sector is closely linked to the country’s overall economic situation. After remaining flat in 2016, the GVA of the transportation sector gradually accelerated, reaching a 4.1% y/y expansion in Q1 ...View more details
With its huge industry, China is the world’s largest consumer of all kinds of base metals, as well as the largest producer of metal products. The country also ranks as the biggest producer of iron, aluminium, lead and zinc in the world. ...View more details
The revenue of China’s beverage sector continued to decline in the first quarter of 2019, mainly due to decreased sales of soft drinks and baijiu. Beverage retail sales in Q1 2019 were down by 0.1% y/y to RMB 48.2bn. Baijiu sales in ...View more details
Agriculture has been key to Malaysia’s economic development, and the agriculture sector contributes approximately 7.54% of Malaysia’s GDP in 2018. The country is also undergoing various economic partnerships and is working to reduce or ...View more details
The agriculture sector has historically served as a pillar of the Indonesian economy. Providing occupation for about a third of the population and contributing to 13% of the country’s GDP, the sector is seen by the government as strategically ...View more details