23rd October 2018
At the start of 2018, Argentina’s monthly minimum wage stood at 9,500 ARS (01/2018). The monthly wage rate stood at 9,500 ARS up until June 2018. By December 2018, this figure is projected to go up to 11,300 ARS per month, where it will stabilize until February of 2019, reach 12,500 by the end of June 2019. This is major growth in comparison to where these figures stood just five years ago at 3.300 ARS per month at the end of 2013.
3rd July 2018
As one of the largest economic powers in the world, would China's telecommunications industry suffer from further export restrictions?
2nd July 2018
As the Russian World Cup team lands its place in the quarter-finals, are there other economic areas where the country may also exceed expectations?
29th June 2018
The German car production market has experienced both highs and lows this week from the reality of the USA tariffs, but also the announcement that Ford is planning to continue their production of electric cars in 2023 in Germany.
28th June 2018
Out of the top 5 economies in the world, the IMF forecast predicts that two of them will see a population drop in the next 5 years.
27th June 2018
As an economy to watch, Malaysia has seen some stable growth in its government revenue.
26th June 2018
Mexico's annual household income per capita has been decreasing for nearly 10 years, with the biggest drop between 2008 and 2010.
25th June 2018
With the World Cup being hosted in Russia, thousands of fans have flocked to the country for a vacation over the past few weeks.
22nd June 2018
In recent years there has been a shift in household savings in India - from predominantly physical to financial assets. The percentage of financial savings in total savings has risen from 31% in 2012 to 41% in 2017.
21st June 2018
CEIC is pleased to announce we have now added the Caixin China New Economy Index to the CEIC database.