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In Q1 2020, the performance of China’s retail sector was affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The country’s GDP declined by 6.8% y/y in the period, while the GDP generated by the wholesale and retail sectors dropped by 17.8% y/y. Average ...View more details
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America in terms of nominal GDP, and thereby a key consumer market in the region with a population of over 126mn as of December 2019. Over the period 2014-2019, the retail trade sector performed well, ...View more details
Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country, so its retail sector is an attractive destination for investors. A 2019 ranking by A.T. Kearney placed the country as the fifth most attractive retail emerging market. The ...View more details
Healthcare expenditure in Romania has been increasing steadily in recent years (up by 15.6% y/y in 2017), but remains the lowest in the EU28, both in per capita purchasing power and as a share of GDP (5.2% in 2017). An Ageing population and ...View more details
Turkey’s healthcare system has been fully reformed under the 2003-2013 Health Transformation Programme (HTP), expanding the coverage and quality of health services across the country. Healthcare has been among ...View more details
Automotive production in China improved in Q4 2019, increasing by 3.5% y/y to 7.6mn units. This is the first quarter that automotive output showed growth since the beginning of 2019, as market confidence recovered and automakers were again piling up ...View more details
In Q4 2019, the growth of China’s banking sector remained steady. The banks’ total assets reached RMB 290tn, rising by 8.1% y/y or 1.9% q/q. Meanwhile, the total assets of large commercial banks expanded rapidly by 18.7% y/y to RMB 116 ...View more details
The Thai government’s push on infrastructure development, particularly in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region (BMR) and in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), has been a key growth driver in Thailand’s real-estate and construction sector in ...View more details
The Polish construction sector generated a gross value added (GVA) of PLN 148.1bn in 2018, accounting for 7% of GDP. As much as 38% of the construction output came from specialised construction activities. It was followed by construction of ...View more details
Thailand is the third-largest power producer and consumer in ASEAN, behind Indonesia and Vietnam. Although important, the contribution of the sector to the overall economy is small. The power sector accounted for 2.7% of nominal GDP and about 0.3% of ...View more details