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The Country Outlook combines third-party data with Statista forecasts to provide a comprehensive insight into the status quo and future developments of more than 150 countries worldwide.
This is done by processing quantitative data from various private and public information sources. These include the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the United Nations.
Our international team of experienced analysts identifies the most reliable data from a wide range of statistical information and uses it to provide a comprehensive insight into national indicators.
In addition, we evaluate key factors influencing the ongoing market development of the digital economy and operationalize these using the Statista platform's comprehensive data and source pool to obtain valid market assessments for primary data.
We combine extensive data research and Statista modeling
Our statistics and forecasts are based on
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We provide informative statistics and forecasts on different aspects of a country’s status quo and future development based on secondary data from international institutions and trade associations. Additionally, the independent Statista forecasts are based on data-focused analyses and multi-causal models.
Our segments provide the latest available data on historical developments as well as valid forecasts for the economic environment (e.g., GPD, labor force, and social development).
All data from the Country Outlook is included in all Statista Corporate & Enterprise Accounts with ongoing contracts. Get more information.
The Country Outlook contains data on the following topics:
You can download the chart as a PNG file. Download buttons can be found in the different box diagrams on the right.
Updates come regularly once a year. In some cases, the data for individual indicators is updated on an ad hoc basis (e.g., when new, relevant data has been released or significant changes within the data have occurred.
A time stamp at the bottom of each diagram shows the latest available update.
Most of the Country Outlook data was modeled before the outbreak of COVID-19. A forecast adjusted to these global events will be published in Q2 2020.
There is no country extension planned at the moment.
The Country Outlook presents quantitative data from various private and public information sources. These sources include the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the United Nations, the OECD, the World Economic Forum, the International Labour Organization, the World Trade Organization, and Statista itself. Additionally, the Country Outlook features Statista exclusive data, including from the Digital Market Outlook and the Global Consumer Survey. The data sources are indicated in the diagram boxes or the information texts.
Forecasts are available if they have been made by the original source, such as the IMF. Forecasts of the Statista Digital and Consumer Market Outlook are also used.
Due to the complexity of macroeconomic indicators, no further forecasts are currently carried out.
Due to the partially inconsistent availability of data for individual countries within a region, it is not possible or useful to display key figures at this level.
The Statista data is based on comprehensive mathematical modeling, focusing on a bottom-up approach to derive market sizes and trends by having a deep understanding of the underlying processes and influencing factors. Analyzing the market structure and how monetary value is generated is the key to anticipate new trends and derive realistic estimates.
The timeliness of the data is determined by the available original data. As a large part of the data sources depends on the declarations of the individual national statistical authorities, there may be delays regarding the available data.
The availability of the presented data is closely related to the country data contained in the original data. As the selected original sources do not uniformly cover all countries for single indicators, there are differences in the statistics presented.
All monetary data is standardized to USD values to allow further calculation. For the conversion from USD to EUR, the average exchange rate of the last available full year is used. If applicable, fixed rates for the forecast period are assumed to avoid the influence of exchange rate deviations on the general market dynamics.
The source for the historical data is Statista, based on the IMF and other sources.
A country comparison is given in the "Global Comparison Box", if applicable. This box is not yet editable but shows the top five countries plus the currently selected country.
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