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The Philippines: To TPP or not to TPP?

Following the recent addition of the Philippines to IHS's Healthcare Forecast, I think it's worth examining the outlook for the country and the pros and cons of joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).  At present, the Asia-Pacific region is making the strongest contribution to global economic growth, with the Philippines among the front runners.

Porsche will take control of its sales in Brazil

There is a buzz around Porsche these days caused by the rumors that it would challenge Tesla with high-end electric vehicles.

IHS consumer survey shows strong interest in smartphone integration and Apple/Google software

With over 2.7 billion smartphones on the planet and growing everyday— there will be a projected 5.5 billion smartphones by 2018— these truly personal computers are having major implications on how drivers and passengers behave in the car, and on consumer preferences when shopping for a new car.

Cancer Drugs Fund: The dilemma of striking a balance between drugs’ accessibility and cost ...

As of 12 March, some of the drugs that were previously funded through the Cancer Drugs Fund (UK) have been de-listed.

Company guidance for 2015 upstream spending by US E&Ps continues to fall

Capital spending plans from the 52 US E&P companies surveyed by IHS will, on average, decline by 37% for 2015.

AAMC Projects Physician Shortage in the United States

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), an organization that represents the accredited medical schools and teaching hospitals in the United States and Canada, turned heads on Tuesday after announcing that by 2025 the U.S.

IHS examines the global experience with risk sharing agreements in recent conference presentation

 Last week I presented, with IHS colleague Sarika Pundit, about the global experience with risk sharing agreements at the CBI Reimbursement and Contracting conference in Philadelphia.

As Crude Pricing Rises, U.S. Tight Oil Producers to Become Hub of Global Oil Market

Despite concerns that the plunge in crude prices would halt the U.S. shale oil revolution, the reality is that America will emerge from the downturn as one of the lynchpins of global supply and demand dynamics in the energy market.

M&A activity set to accelerate in US oil exploration and production segment in 2Q 2015

Low prices, some small and mid-sized companies in North America riper for the picking After a lull in activity early this year, the pace of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the onshore crude oil exploration and production (E&P) business will pick up in the second half of 2015, as low prices make some small and mid-sized companies in North America riper for the picking.  In the latest of a series of webcasts entitled “Oil: The Great Deflation,” a team of IHS experts this week delivered a presentation called “M&A Onshore North America: Nowhere to Run.” Insight leaders, Dan Pratt and Jerry Kepes with IHS Energy, discussed the factors that will drive a wave of consolidation in the E&P business later in 2015.

Why does South America seek to extend import quotas with Mexico?

Brazil and Argentina are holding conversations with Mexico to renew the quota system that was implemented in 2012.

Middle East: The new “promised land” for pharma?

Economically, the Middle East (ME) is well positioned to be the one of next growth engine of global pharmaceutical sales: several countries in the region enjoy robust economic growth and the highest cash reserves per capita in the world – in spite of the recent “Great Deflation” in oil prices.

Oil price crash to make widespread impact on upstream costs in 2015

The global plunge in crude prices is having broad repercussions throughout the upstream energy supply chain, with the labor, project management, oil rig, subsea and steel segments all expected to experience cost declines in 2015 and 2016.

Crude oil crash set to boost China’s economy in 2015—but not enough to reverse price slide

The ongoing drop on oil prices will boost China’s economy only moderately this year, and will not be enough to spur a demand renaissance that by itself would allow the country to bring global crude supply and demand back into balance.

Sentimental journey: How turn social media data into actionable intelligence

Analysis of social media is an important tool for spotting trends and forecasting markets. But deriving actionable intelligence from social media data requires a sophisticated framework that includes a host of capabilities.

Hybrid Demand Softens, but EVs Gain

Full-year 2014 U.S. new vehicle registration data suggest the recent decline in gas prices has impacted the mix of fuel type in new registered vehicles.  Hybrid market share declined in 2014 for the first time since 2011, with hybrids now accounting for 3.1% of all new vehicle registrations.

Gas flaring regulations drive new technology development in the Bakken

Oil and gas regulation drives mobile CNG technology, reduces flaring in Bakken Unconventional resources are rich areas of innovation and technology development in the oilfield.

The fifty shades of grey of IRP

The fifty shades of grey of international reference pricing (IRP):  it’s a connection probably lost on the majority of those flocking to see the film adaptation of E.

Four steps companies can take to better manage operational risk

After corporate accounting scandals grabbed the headlines in the early 2000’s, most companies established the necessary financial management discipline to avoid such disasters.

Revolutionary medicine: Eye on Cuba’s pharma industry development following plans to ...

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro recently gave his approval for talks between the US and Cuba aimed at restoring diplomatic relations following a long embargo – an embargo which has also had implications on the pharmaceutical industry by, for example, impeding the global development of TK inhibitor nimotuzumab.

The symbiosis of HMI and automated driving

Buttons and knobs are so passé. Drivers around the world have been using them to control radios since the 1950s.