Reliable data and forecasts with sub-regional breakdowns
The fastest-growing region in the world, Asia-Pacific is also one of the trickiest areas to find reliable data and forecasts on a sub-regional basis. To fill this information gap, Oxford Economics has developed a forecasting service for Asian key cities and regions—the most detailed service of its type available today.
This unparalleled forecasting service is designed to measure, benchmark and forecast performance in key locations in the Asia-Pacific region. The service offers regularly updated annual forecasts for key economic, labour-market and industry variables for 42 important cities and regions in the region. Our forecasts provide economic and demographic projections to 2030 that are consistent with our global economic and industry outlook. The service also comes with access to our Asian regional economists.
What the service includes
- Scrutiny of 42 key cities and sub-regions in Asia-Pacific. The service provides rigorous data and forecasts on these important locations, which have been chosen because of the level of their investment and trade opportunities.
- Deep analysis by location. Asian Cities and Regional Forecasts supplies consistent annual data and forecasts for total output and employment, as well as for sectors, population, labour force, unemployment, household income and spending for each location, subject to data availability.
Thirty years of data historical and forecast. The annual data generally refers back to 2000, and the forecast horizon is to 2030.
Methodology report to explain data sources, urban definitions, forecast methods and approaches to estimate and fill missing data, as well as to outline the linkages to Oxford Economics’ Global Economic Model.
Regular updates. To ensure you have the latest information for these dynamic and rapidly changing markets, we update our forecasts on an annual basis.
Advanced analytical functions. Our web-based databank allows users to quickly build custom queries with complete flexibility and view the data in tables, charts, and maps.
Economist support. We offer full support to clients to answer questions about our data or forecasts.