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EMIS (formerly ISI Emerging Markets)
Industry reports, news, and company information from China and India, as well as other emerging markets in Asia, Latin America, and North Africa.
China Data Online
Statistics and reports on China's population, economy, and industries at the county or city level.
Market/industry research reports containing trends, statistics and analyses for 180+ Chinese industries and 70+ global industries. **Click the CHINA SITE link** just below the search boxes. Requires MIT Certificate.
Passport (formerly GMID)
International market research on industries, companies, and consumer lifestyles. Data on market size and trends for a range of consumer products.Users can access Passport Cities by hovering over the Countries and Consumers link section of the black navigation bar and selecting Cities.
Business Monitor International
Provides industry trends, forecasts, and news alerts.
Frost & Sullivan
Global market research reports, technology impact analysis, trends, and forecasts. Requires MIT certificates, even from on-campus. Select the Advanced Search feature, which allows you to limit results by market or geographic region.
Communication technologies, online advertising, marketing, and web site effectiveness for consumer-facing businesses. TIP: Include a country or region in your keyword search to search for information specific to that location.
Investext via Thomson One
Investment analysts' research reports on industries and publicly-traded companies. NOTE: You MUST use Internet Explorer. Thomson One will NOT work in Firefox, Safari, or other browsers at this time. Copy and paste the following URL into the address bar of IE: http://libraries.mit.edu/get/thomsonone
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