Passport (Euromonitor international)

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Description

Contains Euromonitor's entire portfolio of statistical and full text analysis findings. Passport is organised into eight fully searchable data-hubs:

  • Country Data - A statistical database of 1,200 economic, demographic and marketing parameters for 207 countries.
  • Consumer Lifestyles - 62 full-text country reports detailing lifestyle factors such as eating, shopping, family, travel, work, leisure and shopping habits in each country.
  • Retail Market Sizes - Retail sales of over 350 consumer product sectors tracked across 54 countries, providing a detailed breakdown of what the population of a country spends it's money on.
  • Forecasts - Economic and retail sales market data forecast to 2012.
  • Brands and Companies - The top 150,000 brands world-wide along with profiles of the companies that own them.
  • Information Sources - Euromonitor's own internal database of 30,000 sources of business information world-wide, including links to 4,000 web-sites that supply free market data.
  • Major Market Profiles - Over 200 Snap-shot briefings of the world's major consumer and industrial markets.
  • Euromonitor Market Reports - Over 450 of Euromonitor's full text international market research reports.

Coverage

International

How often updated

Monthly

Date

1977 -

Supplier

Euromonitor

Language

English

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