Our vulnerability databases contain official socio-economic and financial data that can be used to monitor trends affecting vulnerable households in the most populous countries in the region. This includes data on remittances, wages, employment, energy production and consumption, and food and energy prices. They can also serve as something of an early warning function, by monitoring trends in data that can indirectly serve as leading indicators for the economy as a whole, including industrial and construction sectors, exports and imports, import coverage by official foreign exchange reserves, exchange rates, and producer prices. These databases are intended to make these data from various countries accessible and comparable.
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