This chart shows a forecast of the digital B2C markets in the United States, China and the EU5.
This chart shows the change in Irish population and housing stock.
This chart shows responses to the questions "how would you describe the country's current economic situation?" (%)
This chart shows responses about whether the UK's economy will be better or worse off after Brexit.
This chart shows the total sales value of Champagne exports from France in 2016 and change on 2015.
This chart shows the estimated losses to the U.S. economy due to deteriorating infrastructure.
This infographic shows the number of square metres of prime property 1 million US dollars will buy you in selected cities around the world.
This chart shows the estimated cost of Trump and Obama's travel expenses.
This chart shows the average annual real GDP growth rate of G7 countries from 2016 to 2050.
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