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Global Solar Collector Market 2015-2019

Global Solar Collector Market 2015-2019

Date Published: Mar 4 2015

About Solar Collector
A solar collector is a device used to capture solar energy and convert it into useful thermal energy. There are mainly two types of solar collectors: concentrating and non-concentrating solar collectors. Concentrating solar collectors are used in solar power plants such as solar parabolic trough and solar towers, and non-concentrating solar collectors are used in small-scale applications such as flat plate, evacuated tube, unglazed water collector, and air collector.

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Global Waste Heat Recovery Market 2015-2019

Global Waste Heat Recovery Market 2015-2019

Date Published: Mar 4 2015

About Waste Heat Recovery

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Global Digital Education Publishing Market 2015-2019

Global Digital Education Publishing Market 2015-2019

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
Report forecast the Global Digital Education Publishing market to grow at a CAGR of 15.01 percent over the period 2014-2019.
 
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Global Smart Cities Market 2015-2019

Global Smart Cities Market 2015-2019

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
Report Global Smart Cities market to grow at a CAGR of 16.6 percent over the period 2014-2019.
 
A smart city is a combination of diverse technologies such as a smart home, smart grid, smart building, smart security, smart education, smart healthcare, and smart transportation. A smart city aims to reduce environmental impact and offers its citizens a quality lifestyle in terms of economic growth, well-being, and sustainability. 
 
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Norway Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Norway Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
A sharp slowdown in hydrocarbons sector investment amid a collapse
in global oil prices will weigh on Norwegian GDP growth in
2015 and beyond.
However, the economic downturn should be limited. The decline in
the Norwegian krone will help boost non-oil exports, and the government
has the option of expanding fiscal policy by dipping into the
country's USD860bn sovereign wealth fund.
T he residential housing market has been a major contributor to
overall real GDP growth for most of the past decade, but is set to

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Uganda Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Uganda Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Economic growth in Uganda is gathering momentum and we expect
real GDP growth to accelerate from an estimated 5.5% in 2014 to
6.0% in 2015. This will be supported by a notable rise in government
spending as investment in key infrastructure projects continues and
by election-related spending in the run-up to the 2016 polls. The other
main driver of growth will be the consumer sector which continues to
grow strongly and will benefit from a favourable outlook for inflation.

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Algeria and Libya Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Algeria and Libya Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Weaker oil prices will put strains on the Algerian economy over the
coming years, and we forecast real GDP growth to slow to 2.6% in
2015 from 3.2% in 2014. Slower growth in public spending, lower
consumer and business confidence, and the depreciation of the
dinar will all weigh on economic activity.
The Algerian monetary authorities will allow the dinar to depreciate
further over 2015, in response to lower oil prices and the strength
of the US dollar. We forecast the currency to trade at an average

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Germany Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Germany Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
We have revised up our real GDP growth forecasts for Germany
for 2015-16, with a decline in oil prices, European Central Bank
(ECB) quantitative easing, and a weaker euro all likely to support
economic activity. Nonetheless, we remain below-consensus on
German growth over the longer run.
We believe Germany's current account surplus has peaked, but narrowing
of the surplus over the next five years will be limited by tight
fiscal policy, which will in turn hamper the regional economic recovery.

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Poland Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Poland Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Poland's economic recovery is now in full swing as domestic demand
gathers momentum. We have upgraded our growth forecasts on
the back of stronger exports, as the weak euro and low oil prices
stimulate demand across the German supply chain.
Poland's external position remains relatively strong, and we estimate
the current account deficit arrived at just 1.3% of GDP in 2014. A
large stock of foreign-owned government paper and ongoing private
sector deleveraging represent the two major risks to our sanguine

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Vietnam Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Vietnam Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV)'s 12th National Congress,
which will convene in January 2016, will maintain current pro-growth
economic policies, but eschew political liberalisation. One of the CPV's
biggest challenges will be cracking down on corruption. Meanwhile,
the emergence of a new generation of CPV officials could lead to rifts
with the old guard over the pace of reform, leading to policy confusion.
W e expect continued strong foreign direct investment (FDI), healthy

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Australia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Australia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Real GDP growth is highly likely to slow over the coming years
owing to a number of factors: slowing growth in the working age
population; an increasing share of government spending relative to
GDP; and a reversal in the country's terms of trade; and the growing
risk of deflation. These impediments will result in real GDP growth
averaging 2.3% over the next decade, down from 2.9% over the
past decade.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott's leadership is looking increasingly

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Ghana Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Ghana Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
E conomic growth in Ghana will be buoyant over 2015-2018 thanks
to rising oil production and strong investment inflows – the latter
encouraged by IMF policy oversight.
Foreign investment inflows will be robust thanks to Ghana's abundant
natural resources and relative political stability.
The current account deficit and fiscal deficit will remain key structural
weaknesses in the economy.
Peaceful protests against power shortages and economic hardship
will take place in 2015. Ghanaians are wary of the conditions that

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Russia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Russia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
President Vladimir Putin's popularity remains near record highs. We
expect this to suffer moderate declines as the reality of economic
hardship beings to be realised by the general public. Political influence
will remain in favour of defence and security hardliners. This
will have fiscal consequences as military spending continues to
remain high.
Prolonged lower oil prices during 2015 will have a negative impact
on economic activity. High inflation will negatively affect consumer's

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Zimbabwe Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Zimbabwe Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
The succession process in Zimbabwe has become somewhat clearer.
The removal of Vice-President Joice Mujuru at ZANU-PF’s five-year
congress in early December 2014 seemingly clears the path for her
main rival Emmerson Mnangagwa to take the helm once Mugabe
eventually departs the scene. Even so, there remains little uncertainty
over the issue, not least given that all the power now lies within the
president’s hands.
Political and policy uncertainty will continue to deter much-needed

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Bahrain Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Bahrain Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Development funds from the GCC and visitor flows from Saudi Arabia
will support Bahraini economic activity over 2015. Nevertheless,
the slide in oil prices will weigh down on consumer and business
confidence, and prompt a moderation in the government’s spending
plans. We forecast real economic growth to slow to 3.4% this year,
from 5.3% in 2013.
Bahrain’s reputation as a stable and welcoming location to do
business in the Gulf has suffered as a result of the volatile political

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Iraq Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Iraq Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Risks of a return to full-blown civil war are elevated following the
takeover of jihadist group Islamic state (IS) of the country's north
and west.
Robust headline growth of the Iraqi economy in 2015 will result from
accelerating oil exports. Conversely, domestic expansion will be
sluggish and uneven; consumer spending and capital formation will
be hit hard by political instability, and declining oil prices will hinder
the government's ability to prop up spending.
Major Forecast Changes

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Saudi Arabia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Saudi Arabia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Salman bin Abdulaziz has become Saudi Arabia's new ruler, following
the death of King Abdullah in January 2015. While the rapid nominations
of a new heir and deputy crown prince resolve the question of
succession for now, the risk of divisions between members of the
royal family remains prominent. We expect policy continuity, but see
Yemen as a potential flare point.
A wide-ranging cabinet reshuffle by King Salman has consolidated
his authority at the expense of the sons of the previous ruler. Salman

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Barbados, Guyana and Jamaica Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Barbados, Guyana and Jamaica Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
We believe that most of the English-speaking Caribbean will continue
to see a modest economic recovery in the coming quarters as the
US growth story begins to gain ground. That said, even with a modest
acceleration in growth, those countries most reliant on tourism
and financial services will continue to struggle, as we expect these
industries are unlikely to return to pre-crisis levels in the foreseeable
future. Indeed, while we expect that lower precious metals prices will

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Kazakhstan and Central Asia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Kazakhstan and Central Asia Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
We believe the deteriorating domestic demand outlook for Central
Asia will make the region more susceptible to Islamist radicalisation.
Out of the five Central Asian states – Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan,
Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, we believe the latter two to
be most exposed to the threat of radicalisation.
We expect the Kyrgyz som to remain on a more gradual depreciatory
trajectory in 2015 than its Tajik counterpart. The Kyrgyzstani
economy faces more limited depreciatory pressure from falling

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Singapore Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Singapore Country Risk Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 24 2015

Core Views
Singapore's ongoing restructuring drive continues, with the ruling
People's Action Party (PAP) pushing ahead with stricter foreign
labour rules despite an increasingly tight labour market. While we
believe that the tight labour market is acting as a headwind against
economic growth, we do not foresee any easing from the government
in the near future, particularly ahead of general elections set
to be called before January 2017.
Following a deceleration in real GDP growth to 2.5% in 2014, we

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