The Wind Economic Database (WEDB) was launched in July, and covers 50 industries including energy, food, property, mechanics, and consumer goods. Additional sectors may be added depending on customer feedback, says Roy Wang, chief executive of Wind Information Hong Kong.
The database, which is updated daily, provides city-specific prices and output levels for each sector, with historical GDP data back to 1952 and data on most industries dating back to the early 1990s. "For the different secto
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