Inside Guide

Inside Guide

A series of new reports providing a grass-roots examination of selective countries, offering insights on how to start operations or gain market share.

  • With a steady economic growth and young population, Uganda must diversify beyond agriculture and commodities, balance its urbanisation efforts and move forward in raising per capita income levels to reap the benefits of its demographic dividend. The government has made great strides in enhancing education access, and although problems persist in terms of quality, education is highly valued, and...
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  • The Burmese people and government have viewed education as imperative to personal and economic growth since pre-colonial days, when monasteries were the centre of educational activities. Burma’s new civilian government has taken steps to open up the country’s economy and make it more accessible to outsiders by easing restrictions on foreign investment, guaranteeing property rights,...
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  • A high-income country, with long-standing urban development and an established middle-class, Chile places a high value on education. The promotion of English-language learning and greater internationalisation of the higher education system have featured among the plans of successive governments in recent years. Although the current government is committed to improving equality of access to high...
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  • A longstanding democracy, Colombia is now the third-largest economy in South America. With a quarter of the population aged 15 – 29, and an emerging middle-class which prioritises education over other expenditure, Colombia has growing education needs that must be supported to ensure the country’s productive and sustainable future. However, the standard of education is an issue, and...
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  • With a booming economy and an expanding middle-class spending more discretionary income, Kenya may be poised to grow and develop further as part of the next region expected to boom. Meanwhile, the country also faces security challenges intensified by crime, political instability and corruption, infrastructural weaknesses, poverty and inequality. Improvements in school education have created more...
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  • Widely seen as one of the region’s recent success stories, Morocco has avoided much of the turmoil affecting other parts of the Middle East and North Africa. With significant reforms including a strengthening multi-party democracy and enhanced human rights provisions, Morocco has continued to evolve politically since independence in 1956, and even more so after the rise of the Arab Spring in 2011...
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  • Pakistan is now the most urbanised society in South Asia. With its large and youthful population and an expanding urban middle class, there is a greater propensity for spending on aspirational goods and services, such as education. However Pakistan still has one of the lowest enrolment rates in the world at all levels of education, and government spending is comparatively low at 2.4% of GDP....
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  • An upper-middle-income country, Peru is one of the strongest economic performers in Latin America and the Caribbean. With a growing youthful population, Peru’s expanding labour force is expected to provide a demographic dividend which will help drive the country’s future economic prosperity. The government’s policies of social inclusion have dramatically reduced poverty levels, and the emerging...
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  • A small, relatively affluent island state, Trinidad and Tobago is one of the world’s largest exporters of natural gas. Industry has been developed on the back of oil and gas extraction, and although the sector accounts for about 40 per cent of GDP, it contributes to only 5 per cent of employment. Youth unemployment is higher compared to adult rates; in 2011 youth unemployment was 12.1 per...
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