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Exclusive dataset that integrates 230+ primary-source, macroeconomic and financial indicators for 200+ countries with IHS-generated comparative economic indicators, providing immediate and accurate cross-country analysis. Key indicators include:
Comprehensive navigation, time-series analysis and graphic application, compatible with Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Online data delivery platform with chart creation and export capabilities
EViews (additional fee)
Best-in-class software for conducting econometric and statistical analysis
Internet Data Delivery System (IDDS) (additional fee)
XML-based data feed that pushes data and metadata directly to client servers, updates data automatically and complements in-house time series analysis
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