Business Monitor International Research

Business Monitor was founded in 1984 by Richard Londesborough and Jonathan Feroze, the company's joint CEOs, who both continue to play a full role within the company.
The company was awarded the Queen's Award for Export Achievement in 1997. Business Monitor is a wholly independent company, headquartered at Blackfriars, London, with foreign offices in Hong Kong, New York, Singapore and South Africa. Our corporate mission is to become the world's No.1 Independent Information Provider in its field (Country Risk & Industry Research).
Business Monitor International (BMI) is a leading, independent provider of proprietary data, analysis, ratings, rankings and forecasts covering 195 countries and 24 industry sectors.
Quarterly updated Country Risk Reports and Industry Market Reports are available for nearly 200 countries and 24 industry verticals. These reports provide in-depth analysis of current risks and opportunities and the future outlook for each market.
• Country Risk Reports provide an authoritative assessment of the macro-economic, political and operational risk environment for a country, and include forecasts for a 5 year period.
• Industry Market Reports critically evaluate market and company trends as well as the regulatory environment and competitive landscape for a country/sector, and provide Business Monitor's proprietary 5-year market-specific forecasts.
BMI produce a range of specific content to support your strategic planning:
• Global Market Views – economic and financial market views and forecasts. Our current track record is outstanding across global markets.
• Global Assumptions – forecasts for growth, inflation, interest rates and exchange rates across key states and regions over a 5-year period, including US, Eurozone, Japan, and China.
• Global Political Outlook – quarterly updated detailed view of political hotspots, unrest and upcoming elections and includes Business Monitor's ’on the ground’ analysis.
• Competitive Intelligence and company SWOT analysis – independent assessments of client and competitor growth strategies to provide overviews to the competitive landscape, market by market
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Kenya Autos Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... slower acceleration will still be a significantimprovement compared to the low growth seen between 2008 and 2012, when annual real GDP expansionaveraged just 3.8%. Further supporting vehicle sales is the rising private consumption and increased ...  |  read more...
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Kenya Commercial Banking Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... end-2017 for the commercial banking sector in each market. Using its expertise in both country risk and financial markets analysis, BMI has created exclusive models to forecast a wealth of key variables on the commercial ...  |  read more...
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Malaysia Food and Drink Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... will come in at7.0% in 2014 on the back of 4.5% real GDP growth. BMI holds the view that such strong consumerexpenditure growth will be fuelled by cash handouts and increased welfare spending by the ...  |  read more...
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Mexico Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... Mexico will continueto undermine revenue-generating opportunities for innovative drugmakers. However, over the long term,healthier fiscal revenue due to energy reform will encourage the Mexican government to further increasepublic spending on medical services and improve national ...  |  read more...
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Namibia Infrastructure Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... expected to perform even betterwith stellar year-on-year (y-o-y) growth of 27.75% for 2014. We expect prolonged construction industry tobe maintained owing to the government's major investment drives and strong natural resource demand. Namibia's construction sector ...  |  read more...
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Namibia Tourism Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... andaccommodation sector, tourism related expenditure and industry value. Throughout our forecast period to2018, we expect to see healthy growth across all indicators. This overall growth will be supported byseveral key infrastructure investment projects. As Namibia ...  |  read more...
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Pakistan Agribusiness Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... for sugar, albeit withmore drastic consequences as millers claim they are unable to break even on the back of rock-bottom pricesand have withheld payments from cane growers. Wheat production is expected to rebound from last ...  |  read more...
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Peru Information Technology Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... rise gradually to 1.1% by 2018. The government isboosting development through several initiatives, for instance improving supporting infrastructure, forinstance through the Fibre Optic Backbone Network, and boosting domestic IT enterprise developmentthrough StartUp Peru and the ...  |  read more...
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Poland Infrastructure Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... than we originallyexpected. We have therefore upgraded our 2014 forecast to 3% sector expansion. Despite the country'sinfrastructure continuing to feel the impact of the road-building debacle, weighing on productivity, capacityand investor sentiment, a pick-up in ...  |  read more...
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Poland Oil and Gas Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... need for additionalexploration, an investor-friendly tax regime and assuming that projects take three years to be developed, wehave factored in significant shale gas production into our forecast from 2018-2019 onwards. We note thatrisks lie to ...  |  read more...
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Russia Agribusiness Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... livestock sectorpositively as well, even though the dominance of the market by domestic players and the high barriers toentry could limit investment and productivity gains in the medium term. Government investment into thedairy and livestock ...  |  read more...
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Turkey Consumer Electronics Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... This is the result of less abundantforeign capital inflows and slowing domestic credit growth, both key drivers of Turkey's economy. Despitean expected short-term moderation therefore, Turkey's consumer electronics market is well positioned tooutperform most other ...  |  read more...
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Russia Defence and Security Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... region and in the world at large. The countryretains some of the world's biggest armed forces, and has its largest nuclear arsenal. BMI expects Russia's defence budget to reach USD89.5bn in 2014. The levels of ...  |  read more...
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Singapore Infrastructure Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... 5.9% in 2014 to3.0% in 2019, while real growth for the infrastructure sector is expected to fall from 12.7% in 2014 to 4.0%in 2019. This moderation is primarily due to declining housing demand, longer construction ...  |  read more...
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South Korea Infrastructure Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... towards all of the country'sconstruction sector drivers - namely, weak macro fundamentals for residential buildings, a poor exportoutlook for non-residential buildings and declining government spending on infrastructure. Some notable factors that affected infrastructure development in ...  |  read more...
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Switzerland Insurance Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... will resume in 2017, drivenby a rising emphasis on costly healthcare and an aging population on the one hand, and the boomingproperty market and still sizeable motor vehicle fleet on the other. Switzerland's economy continues ...  |  read more...
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Zambia Autos Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... beneficial to the long-term outlook for auto sales. Despite downgrading our 2013 real GDPgrowth outlook last quarter, we maintain our overall optimistic outlook for new vehicle sales in the country. The new car segment in ...  |  read more...
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Turkey Agribusiness Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... sugar production quotas willoccur in the coming years. We see upside potential in the livestock sector, as the government's supply ofdiscounted credit has aided growth in recent years. However, we see little growth potential for ...  |  read more...
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Iran Defence and Security Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... comprehensive deal is not signed now, we anticipatean escalation of tensions to unprecedented levels. Hard-line elements within the regime could be given newbreeding grounds and Iran will return to producing medium enriched uranium. The U.S. ...  |  read more...
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Iran Metals Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... we are far from sanguine givenour bearish outlook for steel prices and the fact that any rapprochement with the West, if indeed it happens,will be drawn out and not have a significant impact in the ...  |  read more...
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Turkey Information Technology Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... location. Our medium-term outlook is thereforepositive, as economic growth continues amid favourable demographic profile advantages of a large, youngpopulation. Consumers will therefore be among the largest drivers of IT spending over our forecast period. The ...  |  read more...
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Venezuela Autos Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... bearish on Venezuela's privateconsumption outlook, and we expect this to lead to a 95% drop in autos sales over the full year.Vehicle production in Argentina declined 83.3% y-o-y in the first six months of 2014, ...  |  read more...
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Zambia Tourism Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... the hotel sector and transportinfrastructure in need of extensive investment, we are forecasting healthy and sustained increases in bothinbound and outbound travel, providing a long term boost to tourism expenditure and overall industryvalue. Zambia offers ...  |  read more...
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Algeria Agribusiness Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... self-sufficiency ishelping the grains and dairy sectors to rebound. Increases in government support will be positive forproductivity and product quality in the medium term. However, the country will remain a key importer ofwheat and dairy ...  |  read more...
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Angola Food and Drink Report - Q4 2014
8/20/2014 | published by: Business Monitor International
... population and plenty of untappedmarket opportunities, the country holds a lot of potential for foreign investors. That said, we highlightAngola's challenging regulatory and operating environment, as illustrated by recently introduced importduties for numerous food and ...  |  read more...
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