Asia-focused Sector Reports that You Can Search on scoutAsia

Malaysia Palm plantation

In this article, we would like to introduce you to some of the resources available on the scoutAsia platform and how they can help you conduct a thorough analysis or gain a quick overview of sectors that you’re interested in.  

Introducing sector reports available on ScoutAsia

1. Ashu Research

Ashu Research is a Japanese business information provider specialising in US and Asian markets. ScoutAsia is currently the only platform that provides the company’s sector reports in English. The reports provide valuable information on a range of industries in several key Asian markets.  

a. Countries and sectors that can be found on ScoutAsia
ScoutAsia users can access Ashu Research reports on up to 50 industries each from Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, and Vietnam.                         

b. Scope of the reports
Each report provides an overview of a particular industry, including:

    • Industry status
    • Sales and production trends
    • Competitive layout/market share

c. Overview of sample reports on Ashu

Let’s take a look at some of the information we can glean about four of Malaysia’s key industries, namely aviation, palm oil, petroleum, and furniture.

Download the sample reports here.

Ashu Reports


d. Where to find Ashu Research reports on ScoutAsia
Links to Ashu Research reports can be found by clicking on any applicable country in the “Countries & Regions” menu. The links are displayed below the country summary.

2. EMIS Report

EMIS provides valuable up-to-date news, research, and analytical data on roughly 150 emerging markets. ScoutAsia users are able to access detailed reports from EMIS on specific industries in some Asian economies. Each report offers a comprehensive, in-depth look at a particular industry and contains numerous graphs and diagrams to help you visualise key data.

a. Countries and sectors that can be found on ScoutAsia
ScoutAsia provides EMIS reports on key industries in eight Asian economies such as China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam. 

b. Scope of the reports
Each EMIS report offers detailed information on a particular sector and its sub-sectors, including:

    • Coverage of market trends
    • The outlook for the sector and subsectors
    • An overview of the competitive landscape
    • The latest updates on key companies and trending topics

c. Where to find EMIS reports on ScoutAsia
You can find the latest reports below the summary of any of the countries covered by EMIS. Alternatively, you can find them by using the “News” search box on the homepage.


ScoutAsia aggregates insightful and up-to-date sector reports from top market research firms in Asia, saving users the trouble and cost of subscribing to multiple information services. By viewing the best available industry information on one easy-to-use platform, you are able to direct more of your time and resources towards analysing the information and generating insights to drive effective and timely decision-making.

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