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The acceleration of economic activity, driven to a large extent by higher household consumption, was the main driver of the food and beverage sector in 2017. The sector’s production value grew by 4.9% y/y to HUF 2,981.7bn. Food manufacturing, ...View more details
Russia’s food and beverage sector has a minor share in this oil-dependent economy, generating just 1.7% of the GDP in 2018. The sector employed 840,000 people, equal to 2.5% of the country’s workforce and earned 5.5% of the export revenue ...View more details
In 2017 Poland preserved its position as the sixth largest electricity producer in the EU. The electric power sector has a major economic and social impact on the Polish economy. It generated revenue of PLN 132.6bn in 2017, which was equivalent to 6 ...View more details
The Emerging Europe region as covered by the scope of the report consists of Russia, Romania, Turkey, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic (listed in order from the largest to thesmallest oil producers). In terms of their importance on the natural ...View more details
Russia is home to the largest ICT market in Europe, catering to a population of more than 147mn people. With a penetration rate of almost 160% in the mobile telephony segment and 76% in the mobile broadband segment, the telecoms market is highly ...View more details
The metallic and non-metallic mineral mining sector was responsible for 1.1% of Poland’s GDP in 2017 and employed 14,680 persons. The main non-coal minerals extracted in Poland are copper, silver, zinc and lead, as well as many industrial ...View more details
Turkey’s healthcare system has been fully reformed under the 2003-2013 Health Transformation Programme (HTP), which helped expand the coverage and quality of health services across the country. Health insurance coverage reached 98.4% of the ...View more details
The economy’s return to growth provided a strong impetus to the Russian healthcare sector in 2017. Healthcare expenditure grew by a robust 22% y/y, when measured in US dollar terms, the first increase in many years. However, at USD 92bn in 2017 ...View more details
The coal mining sector accounted for around 1% of both Poland's GDP and the total employment in the country in 2017. The sector's importance for the Polish economy - tremendous during the communist regime and in the first years after the start of ...View more details
Russia’s agriculture sector has been one of the fastest expanding segments in Russia’s economy in recent years. The sector’s gross value added (GVA) expanded at a real CAGR of 12% during the 2012-2017 period. A supportive government ...View more details