A ready guide to the business environment in a country
The country profile is a ready guide to the essentials of doing business in a country. It provides a broad picture of the economy covering demographic trends, political and policy environment, and macroeconomic performance as well as specific aspects of the business environment including infrastructure, industry indicators, trade and investment, trade agreements, ease of doing business indicators, and tax environment.
The report provides a wide range of quantitative and qualitative information on a variety of national aspects including geography, education, and labor as well as forecasts on key macroeconomic variables. The PESTLE analysis looks at the impact of all factors on the economy’s business climate.
The chapters are ,
1. General Overview
2. Demographic Trends
3. Political Overview
4. Economic Scenario
5. PESTLE Analysis
8. Trade and Investment
9. Ease of Doing Business
10. Tax Environment
The country profile can be an effective tool for businesses in their marketing, strategy and planning exercises. Equally, it is also a useful go-to document when entering a new market.
18 Jun 2021  |  Europe
Germany, Norway, and the United Kingdom Emerge as the European Leaders
The Frost Radar for Economic Development determines a region's future growth and development potential measured by its ability to enhance quality of life (QOL) for its citizens. This report explores Europes key strengths and weaknesses through country-level assessments of growth and innovation initiatives and then benchmarks each country on these 2...
09 Jul 2020  |  North America
Evaluating Key Transformational Themes
Economic growth will strengthen in the GCC region despite oil-price complications, mainly due to the economic diversion from the oil sector to non-oil sectors and also due to initiatives and strategies to encourage private enterprises. Apart from robust economic growth, the business environment of the region will also undergo a radical change due t...
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18 Apr 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Can India Capitalize on its Demographic Dividend?
Education—what was once a largely philanthropic activity has now become a lucrative business with opportunities from pre-school right up to higher education. A considerable portion of India's population is below the age of 25, which highlights the large addressable market. Globally, the Indian school system is the largest, with around 260 million...
15 Apr 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Indian Tourism Market will Generate $106.9 Billion in Revenue as New Technologies Continue to Disrupt the Tourism Landscape
The Indian tourism market is fast-growing with immense potential due to the country’s rich cultural and geographical diversity. It is one of the major sectors contributing to GDP of the country and is driven by steady economic growth. Tourism’s direct contribution to GDP is expected to grow from $98 billion in 2018 to $106.9 billion in 2019. Th...
24 Jan 2018  |  Global
Anticipating the Global Advancement of Smart Cities
Strategic Imperative: The smart city movement has been gaining momentum over the past decade, forging new partnerships between public and private sectors. To some extent, however, the smart city market has been restrained due to multiple factors, including: • The nascent nature of many smart city solutions and the need to verify ROI prior to wi...
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20 Oct 2017  |  North America
Gain a Competitive Advantage Using Insights
This in-depth study of 1,934 IT decision makers was designed to measure the current use and future decision making behavior toward information technology (IT) around the globe and across verticals. More than half of the respondents were C-Level executives. IT solutions covered include Enterprise Mobility Management, eCommerce/mCommerce, Unified Com...
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22 Mar 2017  |  Africa
Analysis of Key Infrastructure Projects
The research service provides an in-depth overview of infrastructure investment in Ethiopia for road, rail, port, airport, information and communications technology (ICT), energy, and social infrastructure. Ongoing and future infrastructure projects are discussed looking at investment amounts, public and private investors, completion dates, and thr...
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14 Mar 2017  |  Asia Pacific
Potential Contribution of the Integration of 10 SEA Nations to Regional Growth and New Opportunities across Sectors
ASEAN’s GDP is forecast to increase from $2.4 Trillion in 2015 to $5.2 Trillion in 2025, largely due to the ongoing implementation of the AEC. This study examines the potential contributions of this integration to regional growth by analysing the impact of various Mega Trends and expanding on the predictions for each sector. It also analyses the ...
15 Feb 2017  |  Latin America
Resurgence of the Next-generation Continent through Economic Growth Supported by Digital Inclusion and Technology Innovation
Most of the economies of LATAM are dependent on external forces such as the Chinese and the US economy, global commodity, and oil prices. With the slightest fluctuations in these economies, LATAM economies will be impacted the most. In the past years, LATAM had been sluggish in growth, due to falling commodity prices and oil price volatility. After...
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09 Feb 2017  |  North America
Stimulus Spending and Increasing Avenues of Choice to Spur Short-term Economic Growth
Donald Trump's ascendancy to President of the United States promises to bring big change for business. Controversial campaign rhetoric targeting topics as diverse as trade, deregulation, the environment, and healthcare coupled with Trump's long list of unconventional government appointees has created an environment of uncertainty. Citizens, busines...