I've been asked on occasion how to find information on some of the smaller / growing economies not extensively covered by traditional online services like Dialog, LexisNexis and Factiva. If your organization has a budget for the acquistion of information (we're talking $100s per month and up), consider looking into ISI Securites (www.securities.com). I was lucky enough in a previous contract assignment to work for a company that had a subscription; having never used it before I was impressed by the breadth of information served up by ISI. While there was overlap between ISI and some of the other vendors, I found many unique sources that were only accessible via ISI. Generally they index news sources, trade journals, wires, government reports, market research reports and other information types commonly found on an online system.
In addition, ISI allows searching in the native language and character set, which also helps retrieve articles not written in English (this can be a challenge without decent translations, however). Searchers accustomed to the power of Dialog, LexisNexis and Factiva search interfaces might be a bit disapointed in ISI's search tools, but overall they do a decent job (resembles an advanced web search).
ISI does offer a free trial for those interested in the product; but don't get too enamoured of the service unless you have the $$ to spend! Review some of the content sources via their free RSS feeds at: http://www.securities.com/rss_feeds.html.
I recommend ISI for companies/organizations needing to track information from non-U.S. sources in the emerging markets area.