The Conference Board International Labor Comparisons Program

The International Labor Comparisons program prepares trends of manufacturing labor productivity and unit labor costs that are comparable across countries. ILC examines country data series, identifies areas where concepts are not aligned, and adjusts series to a comparable basis. Productivity, unit labor costs, and underlying data series are available for 19 countries in North America, Europe, and Asia.

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The Conference Board Economics Watch®

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Monthly U.S. and quarterly regional webcasts with forecasts and commentary along with a suite of economic indicators and analyses that provide a platform for strategic decision making. Complimentary for members of The Conference Board

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China Center Data Flash: Q2 Mini-stimulus already losing steam

August 2014 | China Center Publications

July data showed a clear sequential slowdown for the domestic side of China’s economy, with industrial production, investment, and consumer purchases all slowing in the month.

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The Conference Board Economics Watch® - European View

10 September, 2014 | Economics Watch®

This monthly webcast provides the latest insights from TCB's Economics Team for the Euro Zone, as well as the outlook for several of the larger European economies.

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  • The Conference Board Economics Watch®

    09 September, 2014 | Economics Watch®

    This monthly webcast provides the latest insights from TCB’s Economics Team for the U.S. economy, including a special focus on declining unemployment rates and evolving labor shortages.
  • The Conference Board Economics Watch® - European View

    10 September, 2014 | Economics Watch®

    This monthly webcast provides the latest insights from TCB's Economics Team for the Euro Zone, as well as the outlook for several of the larger European economies.

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