Country-level forecasts for key industries in 67 countries and the Eurozone
These user-friendly reports provide detailed data, forecasts and graphs, plus summary analysis, for every main manufacturing sector and sub-sector in each country.
Updated once a quarter, these reports cover key developed and developing markets with industry forecasts that go out to 2022. They enable you to see at a glance which industrial segments will be growing the fastest and slowest. Full telephone and email support is provided by our industry team.
You can now find reliable, in-depth industry data for 67 country markets and the Eurozone in our comprehensive By-Country Industry Forecasts.
What the service includes:
- Broad country and industry coverage. The service covers 68 markets (67 countries and the Eurozone) across Europe, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa, where 90% of world business is conducted. Up to 85 goods-producing sectors and 10 headline service sectors are covered for each country.
- Value-added numbers. Forecasts are produced for value-added output, a proxy of each industry’s GDP. Value-added numbers are presented as indices or in real level terms with 2005 as a base year.
- User-friendly reports. For each country, a 12-page report presents forecasts and recent history through an analytical overview, graphs and tables. They cover the industrial structure of the economy, respective contributions to growth, key industries, fastest-growing and lagging industries, and detailed tables for all sectors.
- Precise forecasting methodology. Our industry forecasts are derived from our global economic and industry models. Our Global Industry Model forecasts output across industries from our latest monthly economic global forecasts. The Global Industry Model is completely integrated with Oxford Economics’ Global Economic Model, the world's most widely used commercial economic model.
- Timely analysis. The industry historical data and forecasts are updated every quarter, using the latest monthly macroeconomic data. Our economists check the data thoroughly before incorporating it into our forecasting models and review final forecasts to assure they are aligned with our global assumptions and country forecasts.