Bureau Van Dijk – Databases on Trial

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Good news! Bureau Van Djyk, a leading information and business intelligence company, offered their topnotch databases to the University of the Philippines – Diliman for trial access until May 18, 2015.

For users under Dilnet, simply click on the in-campus access link.

To access the databases at home or anywhere outside Dilnet, ask the UPSE librarians for login credentials.  Click on the off-campus link. Register personal details after logging in, then create your own username and password.


Picture1Mint Global contains information on both listed and unlisted 140 million companies worldwide, with an emphasis on private company information.

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Osiris has information on listed, and major unlisted/delisted, companies around the world. The information is very detailed and includes a lot more than financial reports. Different templates are used to show accounts in the correct formats for their company type and location.

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Bankscope is the most comprehensive, global database of banks’ financial statements, ratings and intelligence. It has information on 32,000 banks and is the definitive tool for bank research and analysis.

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A comprehensive database of economic indicators and forecasts, covering 317 series for 201 countries, as well as 45 regional aggregates, running from 1980 and forecasting out five years. For the 82 most important markets, key variables are additionally projected to 2030 in order to facilitate business planning.

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A powerful database of economic, demographic, consumption and industry data on 60 major countries worldwide and 11 regional aggregates, stretching back to 1990. The product includes detailed economic and industry forecasts for the next five years and longer-term economic projections. It also covers 56 major cities in Asia.

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A global database of over 327 price and salary levels providing information on the cost of living in 140 cities worldwide from 1990 to the present day.

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More detailed financial services data covering the market size of financial

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