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Make in India: Is Following China a Good Strategy?

Make in India: Is Following China a Good Strategy?

Date Published: Jul 30 2015

The Chinese Dragon and India Tiger are both running to the future. China hopes to improve its regional clout by launching the "One Belt One Road" (OBOR) initiative while India aims to lure more foreign manufacturers with its "Make in India" campaign. By following China's success, India expects to attract foreign investments in the manufacturing industry, thereby driving up worker payrolls and improving domestic consumption power. Can India "make" its way to prosperity? This report analyzes its strategy from the perspective of ICT industry.

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Development of China’s Preschool Education Industry in 2014

Development of China’s Preschool Education Industry in 2014

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

1.INTRODUCTION

 
In recent years, Chinese government has issued series of education laws and regulations to promote educational reform and development. With the supporting of education reform policy and strong market demand, China’s education industry has entered a fast development period, especially preschool education. 
 
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Company Analysis of China’s Top 20 Private Education Enterprises in 2014

Company Analysis of China’s Top 20 Private Education Enterprises in 2014

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

1.INTRODUCTION

In recent years, Chinese government has issued series of education laws and regulations to promote educational reform and development. With the supporting of education reform policy and strong market demand, China’s private education industry has entered a fast development period. Currently, China’s private education market is developing diversifications, covering preschool education, vocational and technical education, etc., and it becomes a strong complement of public education. 
 
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Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • The Serbian economy will see tepid growth in 2015-2016, as households bear the burden of the government's austerity push. External demand will offset to a degree the contraction in domestic demand, underpinning our forecast for real GDP to return to stronger growth in 2016 from a contraction in 2014, and growth of just 0.3% in 2015.
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Cyprus Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Cyprus Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Cyprus is past the worst of its brutal recession. However, the economy will continue to be challenged by a weak external environment, public sector austerity, competitive pressures on wages and disposable incomes and the deleveraging of the banking sector.
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Kenya Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Kenya Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • The April 2 attack by al-Shabaab on Garissa University in northeastern Kenya highlights the country’s perilous security outlook, which is unlikely to improve over the coming months.
  • The politicisation of sharp ethnic divisions remains the key threat to Kenya’s long-term political stability. Terrorism linked to Kenya’s military involvement in Somalia is likely to remain a risk, but it does not pose a systemic threat to political stability.
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Belgium Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Belgium Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Belgium's economic recovery is beginning to gain momentum. Growth in 2015 will be stronger than the previous year though still lagging behind the broader eurozone. This will eventually converge with broad eurozone growth around 2017.
  • Economic growth will be constrained by the continuation of austerity measures by the incumbent government. Significant fiscal cutbacks will dampen the contribution from government consumption during 2015-2016.
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Slovakia Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Slovakia Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Prime Minister Robert Fico's failed bid for the presidency in March 2014 is a sign of growing voter wariness of single-party rule and mainstream political parties, while recent corruption scandals have reinforced this trend. General elections in 2016 are unlikely to give the ruling centre-left Smer party another outright parliamentary majority, but the fragmented nature of the opposition suggests it will remain the dominant political force for some time.
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Estonia Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Estonia Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Exposure to its ailing neighbours will curtail Estonia's growth during the forecast period as exports are impeded. Domestic demand will remain a driver of growth as strong real wages and unemployment dynamics bolster consumer spending.
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Kuwait Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Kuwait Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • We expect the Kuwaiti economy to perform relatively well over 2015 and 2016. We have retained our forecast for real GDP growth of 2.6% and 2.4%, respectively, from an estimated 2.7% in 2014. After a long period of stagnation, the Kuwaiti investment outlook appears to be improving, while the prospects for consumption remain bright. However, we again highlight Kuwait's ever-volatile political situation as the key downside risk to economic activity.
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Botswana Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Botswana Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Economic growth in Botswana will remain relatively healthy over the coming years, averaging around 4.6% annually. Even so, growth will continue to be dominated by the mining sector, as economic diversification efforts continue to bear little fruit.
  • Lower fuel and food prices and continued slack within the economy will allow the Bank of Botswana to keep monetary policy accommodative through the remainder of 2015.
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South Africa Country Risk Report Q4 2015

South Africa Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • South Africa’s electricity crisis reflects structural political and economic challenges that will not be addressed under the current administration. We are revising down our near-term growth forecasts, as rolling blackouts will mitigate the positive growth impact of lower oil prices, while limited labour and product market reform will cap the longerterm growth rate below the 3% mark.
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Finland Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Finland Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Finland’s economy is facing a number of cyclical and structural headwinds that are dragging on growth. Without structural reform, poor competitiveness will ensure that growth remains weak.
  • The new government has put forward a much-needed economic reform package, but it remains to be seen whether it can be successfully implemented.
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Lithuania Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Lithuania Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • We have revised down our real GDP growth outlook for Lithuania in 2015 and 2016, as the impact of Russia's economic crisis has been more pronounced than we anticipated. While weak external demand will not leave domestic demand unscathed, private consumption will remain the main driver of growth in the coming quarters.
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Brazil Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Brazil Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Brazil is in the midst of an economic policy shift. A new economic team will begin reversing the fiscal deterioration seen in the last few years and the central bank is more strongly committed to reining in inflation. That said, these shifts will be slow to translate into stronger real GDP growth given a number of domestic and external headwinds.
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United Kingdom Country Risk Report Q4 2015

United Kingdom Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • The UK economy outperformed most major developed states in 2015, and will continue to surpass the eurozone in 2016 and 2017.
  • In light of positive structural economic reforms undertaken by the government, coupled with flexible monetary and exchange rate policies, we remain bullish on the long-term economic prospects for the UK relative to the eurozone over the longer term.
 
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France Country Risk Report Q4 2015

France Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • We believe that France's economic growth will lag the rest of the eurozone over the next two years as investment growth and external demand remain lacklustre, while meagre wage growth and high unemployment mean that household consumption – traditionally the key driver of the economy – will become less able to support growth.
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Malaysia Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Malaysia Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Malaysia's economy experienced real growth of 5.6% y-o-y in Q115, slowing marginally from a 5.7% expansion registered in the previous quarter. With the country facing dual headwinds in the form of weak external demand and anaemic domestic conditions, we maintain our forecast for 2015 real GDP growth to come in at 4.2%, below consensus expectations of 4.7%.
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Cameroon Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Cameroon Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • Showing no sign of reining in its ambitious capital spending plans amid falling oil revenues, the government of Cameroon will see its fiscal balance deteriorate over the coming years and its debt burden increase.
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United States Country Risk Report Q4 2015

United States Country Risk Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 23 2015

Core Views

  • The US economy is set to grow at a more rapid pace in 2015, supported by lower oil prices, a tightening labour market and improving sentiment, although rising external headwinds will see that growth remain relatively subdued. We forecast real GDP growth of 2.5% in 2015, up from 2.4% in 2014. Over the long term, global headwinds and a rebound in imports will cap real GDP growth below historical standards.
$1,295.00

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