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Cookie Policy

Your privacy and security on our site is important to us. The following information is intended to clarify how we use cookies and give you access to our privacy policy.

Please click here to review our privacy policy.

What are cookies and why do we use them?

Cookies are small files held on your computer to store information; they are used in conjunction with your web browser.

We use cookies to enable various areas of functionality and improve the operation of our site, for example to display the correct currency and tax information.

We also use cookies to gather information anonymously about your use of our site. This data is used by us to help refine the information we send to you and inform design improvements.

Most pages on euromonitor.com will work without cookies, but you will lose some features and functionality if you choose to disable them.

If you'd like to opt out, please go to the Network Advertising Initiative website (this site should open in a new window  and  please note that we are not responsible for the content of external websites).

Which cookies do we use and why?
Cookie name:
  • ASP.NET_SessionId - Required by euromonitor.com for it to work properly
  • CountryId
  • VatAttempts
  • Currency
  • Cart
  • PaymentMethod
  • PREF - Required for searching euromonitor.com - 3rd party
  • NID
  • BEAT
  • HSID
  • SID
  • SSID
  • Yes
  • __utma - Used to analyse use of the site aimed at improving your experience of euromonitor.com - 3rd party
  • __utmb
  • __utmz
  • __unam - Used to anonymously track usage of euromonitor.com. - 3rd party
  • __uset
  • UID
  • UIDR
  • __hstc
  • __hssrc
  • __hssc
  • hsfirstvisit
  • __ptca
  • __ptv_8LuYZb
  • __pti_8LuYZb
  • __ptcz
  • _mkto_trk
  • mc
  • D
  • tw11 - Used by sharing services on our blog page - 3rd party
  • k
  • __stid
  • __seg
  • _switchTo5x
  • bc-visitor-id - Used in conjunction with a third-party chat service. Conversations can be saved with customer details - 3rd party
How you can manage cookies?

If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can modify your browser setting, so that it notifies you when cookies are sent to it, or you can refuse cookies altogether. You can also delete cookies that have already been set.

The help function within your browser should tell you how to do this.

Alternatively, you may wish to visit www.aboutcookies.org, which contains comprehensive information on how to refine or remove cookies on a wide variety of desktop browsers.