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MarketLine: New Access and Interface Upgrade

We would like to inform you that MarketLine database has been upgraded to a new and improved user interface. The URL also has changed. MarketLine is a multi-disciplinary product by GlobalData Plc, providing global Business Intelligence on Companies, Countries, Industries & Case Studies on an easy to use online platform. Users can compare economic & …
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Industries in 2019

The world’s major industries are all set for further growth in 2019, but there are some worrying risks. “Industries in 2019” examines examine the top five global risks affecting six key industry sectors: automotive, consumer goods and retail, energy, financial services, healthcare, and telecoms. The report analyses what to expect for 2019, focusing on how …
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Artificial Intelligence 2017

This Statista report offers insights into Artificial Intelligence, its forms of application and its potential. AI is one of the hot digital topics and it is being applied in many industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, finance, entertainment, and education. Not only does automation through AI lead to cost savings, it is also expected to result …
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Industry 4.0 – The New Industrial Revolution

Industry plays a central role in the European economy: It contributes 15% to overall value added and accounts for 80% of innovations and 75% of exports. When taking into account industry-related services as well, industry is the engine of Europe’s social economy. But the manufacturing sector has been feeling more and more pressure lately. Due …
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Industries in 2014

Having polled 647 business executives worldwide, this annual report published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is announcing better prospects in the coming months for the six key industries (Automotive, Consumer Goods and Retail, Energy, Financial Services, Healthcare and Telecommunications). The findings of the survey point to an imminent recovery in the developed countries, driven by the resurgence of …
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Tales from the Development Frontier

The World Bank has just published the study entitled “Tales from the Development Frontier: How China and Other Countries Harness Light Manufacturing to Create Jobs and Prosperity.” Despite widespread agreement among economists that labor-intensive manufacturing has contributed mightily to rapid development in China and other fast-growing economies, most developing countries have had little success in …
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