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There are eight proprietary databases, covering four major regions, members of EuroStat and advanced economies. Data is organized by country and then by broad category, except for the EuroStat database in which comparable data across countries is grouped under categories (from broad to narrow).
- G7 & Europe – provides comprehensive economic and financial data for Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and EuroArea. The database has over 143,189 series from primary sources;
- Forecast – 130 countries and regions based on the 22 categories of topics, using the TRAMO-SEATS model. The database has over 308,000 forecasted time series or an average of 2,370 series for each country and forecasted data is extended up to the future eight years;
- EuroStat – provides comprehensive and comparable data for Europe as a whole under various definitions (e.g., Euro Area, EU15, EU25) as well as for 36 individual countries. The database has over 359,900 series;
- Emerging Americas – 45 major emerging markets in Latin America, over 81,000 series from primary sources or an average of around 1,800 series for each country;
- Emerging Asia – 46 major emerging markets in Asia, over 303,500 series from primary sources or an average of 11,900 series for each country;
- Emerging CIS – 12 major emerging markets in the Commonwealth of Independent States, over 63,900 series from primary sources or an average of 4,390 series for each country;
- Emerging EMEA – 95 major emerging markets in Europe, Middle East and Africa, over 223,400 series from primary sources or an average of 2,350 series for each country;
- Emerging Africa – 54 major emerging markets in Africa, over 107,200 series from primary sources.