Curated news and insights covering emerging and developed markets directly from CEIC's analysts worldwide.  


South America - Q1 2017 Economic Growth

27th July 2017
With South America experiencing various events and circumstances over 2016 that shook most nations in the continent, Research Analyst Georgi Ninov takes a look at Q1 2017 stats for certain South American countries.

The Maldives - Economic Overview 2016

26th April 2017
With an economy heavily dependent on tourism, the Maldives is still considered a "poor country". This 2016 overview highlights whether key economic indicators are heading in the right direction for the island nation.

Haiti – Moderate Decrease of Unemployment in 2016

25th April 2017
Haiti has struggled with the burden of high and rising unemployment over the past two decades. The new data now available in the CEIC Global Database shows that this trend might finally be over for the nation.

2016 Passenger Car Sales

20th April 2017
2016 was an interesting year economically as the main car production and sellers in the world competed for market share and growth figures. Research Analyst Georgi Ninov analysed the yearly performance of the passenger car industry and who succeeded and suffered internationally.

Dominican Republic – the Caribbean’s Fastest-Growing Economy

13th April 2017
The Dominican Republic has been maintaining robust pace of growth in the past three years. The Caribbean country has been constantly outperforming most emerging markets and its Caribbean neighbours, recording average real GDP growth of 7% since 2014.

Australian Tourism and Pollution

12th April 2017
It was announced this week that two-thirds of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia has suffered the effects of "bleaching", due to the impact of pollution and environmental factors. With a country that has a reputation in both tourism and the environment, this must come as a blow to the nation.

Global Database Expansion - Now Over 195 Countries Available

11th April 2017
The CEIC Global Database has now extended its coverage to more than 195 countries and territories. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, users can now explore over 2 million data series from a vast range of countries including the Maldives, North Korea and Dominica.