In EIU’s latest global outlook video, global forecasting director Agathe Demarais and editor of the Democracy Index, Joan Hoey, discuss the results of EIU’s latest Democracy Index report.
Our latest article explores Indonesia’s potential to establish itself within international electric vehicle (EV) supply chains.
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Aishwarya is part of the Industry Briefing team, where she specialises in the consumer goods and retail sector. She contributes to forecasts, reports and analysis spanning more than 70 countries with a keen interest in the Latin American and Asia-Pacific regions. She assesses various segments like online retail, food and beverages, white goods, cosmetics and apparel, along with tracking government regulations and trends in the consumer goods and retail industry.
Investment in port facilities and new liner services contributed to a solid increase in seaport throughput in 2022.
This report examines this year’s crucial legislative elections in Asia, taking place amid cost-of-living concerns and a slowing economy.
China’s pragmatic progress to reach net zero by 2060 across power, transport and industrial sectors is having ripple effects across global trade and geopolitics.
Custom dictates that power should shift from the Muslim-majority north to the Christian-majority south after two terms under Mr Buhari, a northern Muslim. However, the spirit of this implicit agreement has not been applied to the upcoming polls.
Join the team behind our Middle East outlook report to examine the critical trends that will affect the economic, political and policy landscapes in the region.
The UAE has appointed Sultan Ahmed al‑Jaber, the chief executive of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC, the state hydrocarbons firm), to lead the annual COP28 international climate change summit that will take place in Dubai in late 2023. The choice is consistent with the UAE government’s stance that it can combine the role of a champion of clean energy and emissions reduction—domestically and through investments abroad—with that of an expanding oil and gas producer.
Saudi Arabia has unveiled the world’s largest solar-power facility, with a generation capacity of 2,060 MW, which is expected to start operations by the end of 2025.
Several automakers, including Renault (France), Stellantis (Netherlands) and Volkswagen (Germany), are trying to develop circularity in vehicle production, allowing them to reuse materials and resources to reduce waste.