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Provides demographic data on countries and consumers around the world. There are two main ways to find country and consumer information:
a. Type the name of a country and/or a topic (for example: “economy Algeria” without quotes).
b. You will see reports and statistics pop up below the search bar.
c. To see more results, click “View all results” under the results.
a. Hold your cursor over the Consumers tab at the top of the screen, then click on “Lifestyles.”
b. Scroll down to the “Country Reports” box, then select your report category and your country.
To get started, select your country from the drop-down box, then hit the right-facing arrow to search.
This is an excellent source from the U.S. Department of Commerce that provides book-length reports on the practical information of how to do business with a particular nation. Topics include tariff information, distribution channels, investment climate, trade regulations, business travel, and leading sectors for U.S. exports.
This database contains a massive amount of news, research, and trade information on business around the world. If you wish to specify business within a particular country, city, state, or world region, use one of the search drop-down menus and select "Location." Then enter your search terms.
Provides lots of quick statistics that shed insight into the standard of living across most nations in the world. Statistics include topics such as the percentage of Internet users, foreign direct investment, life expectancy, CO2 emissions, and federal debt. Under the "Topics" tab, there is statistical information on several topics, including infrastructure, effectiveness of aid, science, agriculture, and education.
Provides national trade import and export data by volume. You can specify US trade with a particular country or region. Use the "Trade within a Selected Market" to get data about a broad category of trade
This is a massive collection of free databases from the U.N. You can target a specific dataset, or do a mass search. Types of information available relate to economic development, human rights, energy resouces, commodities, labor, gender issues, and more.
This website provides general overviews of how immigrant groups have lived and adjusted in the United States. Discusses significant immigration waves, patterns of settlement, acculturation, and traditions.