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- Energy and natural resources, including Air Liquide, Anglo American, BHP Billiton, BOC Gases, BP International, Cenovus Energy, Chevron, EDF, Engie, ENI, GDF Suez, Petrobras, Shell, Rio Tinto, and Xstrata.
- Financial institutions, covering American Express, Banco Santander, Barclays, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Fidelity, Fitch, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, MasterCard, Putnam, and UBS.
- Government bodies, including Asian Development Bank, Bank of England, EU Commission, Federal Reserve Bank, HM Treasury, International Monetary Fund, OPEC, the United Nations, and the World Bank.
- Industrial manufacturing and materials, such as Airbus, Akzo Nobel, BMW, The Boeing Company, Cessna, Ford, GE, GM, Honda, Mittal Steel, Goodyear, Honeywell, Owens Corning, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, and Tata Steel.
- Professional and business service firms, such as Accenture, Booz Allen, Deloitte, DHL, Hays, KPMG, LEK Consulting, McKinsey & Co, Mercer, Oliver Wyman, PwC, and Towers Watson.
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- Technology, information, communications and entertainment, from Agilent Technologies, AT&T, BSkyB, Cisco, France Telecom, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Seagate Technology, and Twentieth Century Fox.
- Trade associations and NGOs, such as the Brookings Institute, CIMA, Milken Institute, the Motion Picture Association, World Health Organisation, World Wide Web Foundation, and the World Gold Council.
- Travel, hospitality, and leisure, including British Airways, the Caribbean Tourism Organization, Disney, Dubai Tourism, InterContinental Hotels, Marriott, Oman Air, the US Travel Association, and Visit Britain.
- Universities, including Oxford University, UCLA, NYU, London Business School, National Defense University, University of Exeter and University of Melbourne, Tokyo International University, and Warwick Business School.
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Control Risks and Oxford Economics have joined forces to provide the advanced analytical tools and custom solutions that companies need to make sense of today’s complex and fast-moving environment. By combining Control Risks’ extensive geopolitical, operational, and security expertise with Oxford Economics’ rigorous economic forecasts and models on 200 countries and 100 industries, we are ablet to provide the most complete risk analysis in the market. For more information, click here.
Global Construction Perspectives
Global Construction Perspectives publishes reports covering key issues of strategic interest to the global construction industry. GCP works in partnership with Oxford Economics to develop and publish forecasts for the construction industry. Work includes global, regional, individual country and city forecasts of construction. GCP works with a wide range of clients including construction and building products and materials companies, investors, accountants, lawyers and other specialist construction consultants such as global architectural and management consulting businesses.
Haver Analytics is the premier provider of macroeconomic and financial time series data for the strategy and research community. Haver maintains 200+ databases from over 1350 government and private sources, covering advanced economies and developing markets around the world. Oxford Economics forecasts are available through Haver’s DLX® software platform, allowing clients to view, chart, and analyse the data values in real time as updates are released.
The International Tax and Investment Centre (ITlC)
ITlC is an independent non-profit research and education foundation with offices in Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, the UK, and the US. Organised in 1993, ITIC serves as a clearinghouse for tax and investment policy information, and as a training institute for key policy-makers in the former Soviet Union and other transition economies. ITIC focuses on solving concrete, practical problems related to tax and investment laws and regulations. It maintains daily communication with policy-makers and sponsors. Through its regular tax roundtables, hands-on working sessions, and trusted relationships with elected and appointed officials across the Commonwealth of Independent States, ITIC brings together Western business experts with government policy-makers and members of parliaments to address a range of specific issues and problems. Oxford Economics currently acts as Economic Forecasting Advisor to ITIC.
LMC Automotive is the leading provider of automotive production, sales and powertrain forecasts, and automotive-industry market intelligence. LMC Automotive provides the highest quality global sales and production forecasts for light vehicles, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, along with forecasts of engine and transmission supply and demand. They also publish special studies on subjects of topical interest in these areas as well as studies addressing other aspects of the automotive industry. LMC Automotive started operation in 2011, following the demerger of the forecasting division of J.D. Power and Associates, though the group has been in continuous operation since the early 1990s.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC)
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), a forum for global business leaders, is the only body representing the private sector in all parts of the travel and tourism industry worldwide. Over the past 14 years, WTTC has developed a method for researching and measuring the economic impact of tourism on national economies through Tourism Satellite Accounts (TSAs) and encourages individual countries to use these to enhance their measurement and understanding of tourism's impact on their national economies. Oxford Economics undertakes the annual worldwide TSA research for the WTTC.