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Through ‘Total Analysis,’ our unique, reflexive approach linking macroeconomic, industry and financial market analysis, we help clients gain unparalleled insight across 24 industries and 200 global markets.

For more than 30 years, our forecasts, data and analyses have been used by multinationals, governments and financial institutions to guide critical strategic, tactical and investment decisions. Clients include a majority of Global Fortune 500 companies.

With offices in London, New York, Singapore and Pretoria, BMI Research is part of Fitch Group, a global leader in financial information services.

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6506 Reports from BMI Research

  • Slovenia Insurance Q1 2018

    ... the benefits of insurance solutions. There will also be challenges to insurance providers, however; with the country's supplementary pensions system putting pressure on the growth potential of life insurance and intensive price competition in the ... Read More

  • South Africa Consumer Electronics Q1 2018

    ... adds further pressure for vendors. Smartphones have also begun to reclaim connected device market share from tablets, as larger smartphone screens and better functionality have made these higher-priced products more essential purchases in consumers' minds. Read More

  • South Africa Mining Q1 2018

    BMI View: South Africa's mining sector will face persistent headwinds because of labour unrest, a muted price recovery and challenging regulations that will lead to divestments. Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... number of upside risks for drugmaker opportunities, including expanding healthcare coverage, governments' providing investment incentives, and regulatory harmonisation, these face a number of logistical hurdles that will limit companies revenue-earning capabilities and only materialise over ... Read More

  • Sweden Autos Q1 2018

    BMI View: For 2018, we are forecasting 6.6% growth in new vehicle sales, with passenger vehicle (PV) sales (6.8%) set to outperform commercial vehicle (CV) sales (5.7%). Read More

  • Sweden Insurance Q1 2018

    ... an environment of persistently low interest rates. In the non-life market, demand for key lines such as property, health and motor insurance remains high and while competition keeps downwards pressure on pricing we do expect ... Read More

  • Switzerland Infrastructure Q1 2018

    ... infrastructure investment in the country and boasts the most expansive project pipeline, encompassing both domestic and cross-border connections. There is also some scope for growth in the energy sector due to a growing focus on ... Read More

  • Turkey Autos Q1 2018

    BMI View: For 2018, we are forecasting a 2.1% decline in new vehicle sales, with commercial vehicle (CV) sales (12.1%) set to outperform passenger vehicle (PV) sales (-7.1%) significantly. Read More

  • Ukraine Autos Q1 2018

    BMI View: For 2018, we are forecasting 16.4% growth in new vehicle sales, with commercial vehicle (CV) sales (24%) set to outperform passenger vehicle (PV) sales (15%). Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Autos Q1 2018

    BMI View: For 2018, we forecast 4% growth in new vehicle sales, with commercial vehicle sales (8%) to outperform passenger vehicle sales (3%). Read More

  • United States Consumer Electronics Q1 2018

    ... strong demand for the latest devices and short replacement cycles make the US a lucrative for vendors - but high penetration also results in diminished growth opportunities in key markets such as tablets and smartphones, ... Read More

  • United States Infrastructure Q1 2018

    ... sector will be supported by the FAST Act, ballot initiatives, and state-level gas tax increases. However, we have yet to factor in Trump's much-touted USD1trn infrastructure plan, and expect it will likely disappoint market expectations. Read More

  • Venezuela Consumer Electronics Q1 2018

    ... and import restrictions has affected demand (affordability) and supply (both devices and components/parts for assembly). The outlook is bleak under the current economic and political regime, but a wholesale change in economic conditions, political leadership ... Read More

  • Australia Oil & Gas Q1 2018

    ... world by 2019. Two new projects are set to come online in 2018 (Inpex's Ichthys, Shell's Prelude FLNG). These will boost Australia's already booming LNG exports by another 45.0bcm over the next four years. Growth ... Read More

  • Belgium Oil & Gas Q1 2018

    ... consumption will be weak due growing nuclear and renewable generation in the power sector. Meanwhile, the refining sector will perform well as efficiency improvements and low oil prices increase the competitiveness of its downstream facilities. Read More

  • Egypt Oil & Gas Q1 2018

    ... will boost Egyptian gas production, reducing reliance on LNG imports. Policy slippage with subsidy reform and payment of debt owed to oil and gas companies poses the largest risk to positive sector momentum in Egypt. Read More

  • El Salvador Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... in a wide range of health infrastructure, resulting in advances to the standard of care in hospitals which are benefitting from the wider availability of state-of-the-art equipment. Pharmaceutical consumption is also being driven by a ... Read More

  • Ethiopia Tourism Q1 2018

    ... riddled with corruption and has never been readily open to foreign investment. However, this is starting to change significantly with the country forecast for major arrival increases. As the country moves away from its old ... Read More

  • Iran Autos Q1 2018

    ... BMI View: The Iranian preference for foreign brands, due to the higher quality and better reliability of foreign vehicles, will drive sales for locally produced foreign brands and attract greater production of higher quality vehicles. Read More

  • Libya Oil & Gas Q1 2018

    ... security environment remains heavily fractured and unplanned outages will remain a persistent feature of the market for several years. Consumption growth is also positive, although will remain depressed by pervasive instability and widespread economic dislocation. Read More

  • Mexico Tourism Q1 2018

    ... We expect arrivals to grow by 4.7% in 2018 as arrivals growth returns towards trend growth. However, we note that an increase of violence in tourist areas could deter arrivals should violence worsen in 2018. Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Autos Q1 2018

    ... grow 7.3% in 2018, second only to Latin America in terms of global sales growth. Iran and Morocco will lead the growth as growth in the major GCC markets will turn positive but remain subdued. Read More

  • Namibia Tourism Q1 2018

    ... government's tourism strategy. At present, the country continues to suffer from a lack of investment in the hotel sector and relatively poor transport infrastructure and will struggle to differentiate itself in the competitive Southern African ... Read More

  • Philippines Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... country's disease profile will continue to evolve in line with economic and demographic trends and will provide a number of revenue earning opportunities for pharmaceutical firms, a multitude of regulatory issues will create challenges while ... Read More

  • Qatar Consumer & Retail Q1 2018

    ... on Qatar's consumer market over 2018, showing improved growth from 2017. Despite close to a six-month-long diplomatic crisis with regional peers, key sectors such as construction and manufacturing will continue to drive growth in Qatar. Read More

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