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5477 Reports from BMI Research

   
  • Tunisia Oil & Gas Report Q2 2018

    Tunisia Oil & Gas Report Q2 2018 e/f = BMI estimate/forecast. Source: EIA, BMI: Read More

  • Turkey Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Report Q2 2018

    ... will support market growth, driven by the Health TransformationPlan. However, we highlight that macro risks will increasingly place downside risks to this expansionary fiscal outlook, leading togrowth deceleration over the long term. Moreover, innovative drugmakers ... Read More

  • Turkey Power Report Q2 2018

    ... gradually slow in 2018, we expect that pent-updemand will continue to support consumption as the country boosts its capacity. Attempts to lower reliance on gas-fired poweramid lira depreciation remain prominent, but the technology continues to ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Petrochemicals Report Q2 2018

    ... is expected over 2018 with investment likely to be directed towards downstream conversionindustries throughout the emirates. These will be crucial to adding value to production and sustaining a domestic market forpetrochemicals in order to offset ... Read More

  • United Kingdom Infrastructure Report Q2 2018

    ... our long-term forecast, with the rail sector in particular a major area ofopportunity. Brexit and its related investment and cost inflation risks will remain the chief drag on activity, particularly in the non-residential building sector. Read More

  • United States Agribusiness Report Q2 2018

    ... production forecasts for 2017/18. Over the long term, the poultry sub-sector will remain theoutperformer in the livestock complex, and we see the strongest production growth potential for soybean among the grainscomplex. We believe grains production ... Read More

  • United States Insurance Report Q2 2018

    ... a key place in company strategies. Despite a high level of penetration, thematurity of the US insurance sector is not a barrier to further growth. Economic and demographic trends are converging to drivepersonal insurance usage, ... Read More

  • Uruguay Power Report Q2 2018

    ... the development of thermal power projects; as a result we expectthat hydropower and non-hydropower renewables will remain the dominant sources of electricity generation. Well-developedinterconnection capacity will allow Uruguay to export excess electricity to neighbouring countries. Read More

  • Vietnam Infrastructure Report Q2 2018

    ... 2018 BMI View: Strong growth in Vietnam's construction and infrastructure industry over the next decade will be supported by a robusteconomy attracting private and foreign investment, and stable levels of government spending on infrastructure development. Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Defence & Security Report 2018

    ... relationship seems to be swinging back towards being beneficial, with copper prices risingsubstantially, reversing a debilitating bear market and allowing a return of strong economic growth and aggregate demand. Wepredict that the life market will ... Read More

  • Uruguay Infrastructure Report Q2 2018

    ... 2018 and 2019 following three years of contractionbefore seeing accelerating growth from 2020. Key to this outlook will be the development of PPP projects as well as new residentialand commercial investments in Punta del Este. Read More

  • Argentina Consumer Electronics Q2 2018

    ... power growth and potential upside for a higher value device salesmix in the country over the medium term. There will however, be increased opportunity for vendors because of the reduction inimport and production taxes that ... Read More

  • Argentina Information Technology Q2 2018

    ... term because of further depreciation envisaged by our Country Risk team. Thereare however, positive underlying trends that will sustain local currency growth including investments in software and servicesthrough modernisation initiatives at firms increasingly exposed to ... Read More

  • Asia Telecommunications Q2 2018

    ... although less developed markets will only slowly benefit. Consolidationin markets such as India shows traditional business strategies - aimed at securing growth through aggressive price competition -ultimately benefits no-one and it is to be hoped ... Read More

  • Brazil Information Technology Q2 2018

    ... a much lower trajectory 2018-2022. There are major opportunities, especiallyaround the adoption of cloud computing by Brazilian enterprises that is reshaping several product categories, but overall growthpotential is dampened by a sluggish economic outlook and ... Read More

  • Canada Telecommunications Q2 2018

    ... operator is unlikely. Shaw is boosting its telecoms presence withrecent deals, as It is focusing on its footprint, as is Quebecor, and we expect they are more likely to follow the MTS route, where theyare ... Read More

  • China Oil & Gas Q2 2018

    ... production and consumption. Despite the upstream focus shiftto gas, China will remain a sizeable market for both crude oil and refined fuels, with slowing investment in new oil plays andstructural decline in oil production set ... Read More

  • China Petrochemicals Q2 2018

    ... consumption growth is likely to affect packaging, consumer goods and other segments. Over the longerterm, we expect to see the country's slow domestic demand rebalancing, which is likely to be a long and drawn-out process. Read More

  • Costa Rica Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2018

    ... America region. It offers superior market access and development opportunities tomultinationals, based on factors such as continuous improvement in healthcare infrastructure and government commitment toupholding an attractive business environment. Additionally, the demand for innovative medicines ... Read More

  • El Salvador Infrastructure Q2 2018

    ... number of significant transport infrastructure projects in2018 and 2019 and El Salvador is also attempting to instigate greater private investment through the public private partnership(PPP) model. While major operational challenges remain, including a lack of ... Read More

  • France Petrochemicals Q2 2018

    ... petrochemicals including highvalue added products, are placed to perform well amid surging vehicle exports to Southern Europe. The victory of EmmanuelMacron in both presidential and legislative elections paves the way for free market reforms, aimed ... Read More

  • Germany Petrochemicals Q2 2018

    ... as construction andautomotive manufacturing. However, over the medium term we expect growth to slow due to the growth of US petrochemicalscapacity, while the domestic market will be affected by demographic change with an ageing and ... Read More

  • Ghana Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2018

    ... over innovative multinational firms. In order to ensure thepopulation’s healthcare and access to safe medicines are not compromised by such measures, protectionist policies aimed atboosting local drugmaker capabilities must be accompanied by improvements to medical ... Read More

  • India Renewables Q2 2018

    ... renewables industry, based on the government’s ongoingsupport for the expansion of the sector - although our forecasts undershoot government projections. We expect non-hydrorenewables capacity to total 164GW by 2027, an increase of 165% from 2017. Read More

  • Germany Infrastructure Q2 2018

    ... the country's broader construction sector over our forecast period,buoyed by EU capital inflows. A lack of political will to invest public funds into infrastructure informs our view that growth in the longterm will remain tepid. Read More

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