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Investment Banking: Utilizing Research to Put a Price Tag on Companies

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

20 Jan 22

Time and accuracy are of the essence in the Investment Banking world. Investment bankers need relevant and detailed information about an industry, market and/or company to fully understand the potential of an investment or deal. Market research can…

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新興アジアが世界の経済と消費の成長を牽引する

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

5 Jan 22

中国、インド、インドネシア、タイ、フィリピン、ベトナムを含む新興アジアは、その人口構成、消費者層の拡大、都市化、急速な技術導入とデジタルトランスフォーメーションを背景に、今後20年間、世界の新興市場の中でも最もエキサイティングな地域のひとつであり続けるだろう。本文では、これらの経済圏の今後の経済成長と消費拡大を追及し、この地域での事業拡大を目指す企業にとっての機会と課題を考えていく。

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Emerging Asia to Lead Global Economic and Consumption Growth

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

21 Dec 21

Emerging Asia – which includes the economies of China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam – will continue to be one of the most exciting regions among emerging markets in the next two decades, driven by a favourable demography, strong consumer class expansion, urbanisation, rapid technological adoption and digital transformation.

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Eastern Europe Eyed as the Next Silicon Valley: A Chance for Poland to Rise

Indre Zebrauskaite

Indre Zebrauskaite

14 Dec 21

COVID-19 has accelerated online presence and integration of digital solutions to minimise physical human contact. With an abundant pool of IT and tech graduates, well-developed digital landscape and relatively competitive wages, Central and Eastern Europe and especially Poland are being eyed by potential investors as the next Silicon Valley.

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Global Economic Forecasts: Q4 2021

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

7 Dec 21

The global economic outlook at the end of 2021 remains constrained by an ongoing mismatch between consumer demand and the availability of certain services.

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Global Economy in 2022: Getting Back on Track with Challenges Ahead

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

7 Dec 21 | UTC Time: 12:00 AM

In this webinar, we forecast global economic performance for 2022 and how this will impact the wider recovery of countries going forward.

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Three Charts on Surging Input Costs in Manufacturing

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

17 Nov 21

The strong recovery of the global economy, combined with measures introduced to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, continue to result in supply bottlenecks and inflationary pressures during 2021. Manufacturers across the world have faced heightened input costs – the costs of materials, labour and other overheads devoted to the production of goods.

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Companies Eye Digital Tools for Supply Chain Fortification

Justinas Liuima

Justinas Liuima

27 Oct 21

Global manufacturing output has recovered from the initial shock of the Coronarvirus pandemic, although supply chain disruption and rising prices continue to weigh on companies. Moreover, transportation problems are expected to extend well into 2022. To avoid future risks, manufacturers are investing in digital tools.

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Global Economic Outlook: Q4 2021

Daniel Solomon

Daniel Solomon

21 Oct 21

The global economic outlook for 2021 has worsened moderately since mid-2021, offset by slightly more optimistic recovery forecasts for 2022. Global real GDP is now forecast to increase by 5.7% in 2021 (a 0.2 percentage point downgrade since July 2021), and by 4.8% in 2022 (a 0.2 percentage point improvement relative to the July 2021 forecast). Since July, real GDP growth forecasts for 2021 have been significantly downgraded for the US, Canada, China, India, and other Asia Pacific economies, such as Indonesia and Australia.