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6506 Reports from BMI Research

   
  • Japan Consumer & Retail Q1 2018

    ... robust real wage growth and low unemployment, rising inflation will dampen consumption, exacerbating price-consciousness among Japanese consumers. Nonetheless, over the medium term, headline consumption growth will outstrip economic growth due to favourable labour market conditions. Read More

  • Kenya Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... manufacturing. High communicable disease burden, including HIV/AIDS and TB, steady economic development and the introduction of measures to improve the healthcare insurance coverage will continue to boost markets' prospects. However, the availability of finances for ... Read More

  • Kenya Tourism Q1 2018

    ... Africa and the perfect place to start game-viewing and safari holidays. Over recent years, Kenya has suffered from ongoing terror incidents and security alerts, often triggered by clashes on the borders with neighbouring countries. In ... Read More

  • Kuwait Real Estate Q1 2018

    ... recovery in property prices and rents over 2018 is unlikely amid further oil production cuts and slow implementation of economic reform; although, we note that supply shortages should maintain stable rents over the medium term. Read More

  • Laos Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... attractiveness to multinational drugmakers. However, the Laotian economy will remain on a sustained growth trajectory, benefitting from Southeast Asian economic integration and Chinese infrastructure projects across the region, posing upside risks to healthcare and pharmaceutical ... Read More

  • Latin America Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... downside risks for drugmaker revenues as access to pharmaceuticals and healthcare remains a concern. Despite this, the Latin America region's high demand for medicines and regulatory advancements will maintain drugmaker interest in the long term. Read More

  • New Zealand Banking & Financial Services Q1 2018

    ... growth to face downside pressure from cooling mortgage growth and weak lending to the agriculture sector, which remains heavily indebted. Regulators will likely continue to seek to strengthen the regulatory framework of the financial sector. Read More

  • Oman Infrastructure Q1 2018

    ... years, fuelling headline construction growth that ranks among the highest globally. A gradual rise in the price of oil and government support for a sweeping economic diversification scheme will remain the major drivers of growth. Read More

  • Oman Oil & Gas Q1 2018

    ... oil and gas companies lucrative opportunities in the country's upstream sector. Large infrastructure projects including a new refinery and midstream connections will markedly strengthen Oman's standing in the downstream sector over the next few years. Read More

  • Pakistan Infrastructure Q1 2018

    ... political environment. As a result, we expect that Chinese companies will be the primary beneficiaries and largest foreign participants in the country's infrastructure industry, a position aided by the ongoing USD46bn China-Pakistan Economic Corridor initiative. Read More

  • Panama Infrastructure Q1 2018

    ... a number of major public works projects concentrated in the transportation sector, Panama's construction sector will remain a growth outperformer regionally in 2018 and 2019 before decelerating over the remainder of our ten-year forecast period. Read More

  • Peru Petrochemicals Q1 2018

    ... benefit from a turnaround in investment growth, driven by the mining sector and public stimulus and reconstruction efforts. An ambitious infrastructure agenda may also bolster investment, but we note significant hurdles and political risks remain. Read More

  • Finland Medical Devices Q1 2018

    ... a steady rise in medical device consumption, increasing financial pressures on the healthcare system and the relatively small population overall are likely to constrain future growth rates. While Finland has a history of high quality ... Read More

  • Ghana Banking & Financial Services Q1 2018

    ... the agricultural and SME sectors. With no new bank licences expected in 2018, the central bank is looking to oversee mergers to bolster the viability of the banking sector. Coupled with a reduction in bad ... Read More

  • India Oil & Gas Q1 2018

    ... the full gains of these reforms will not be felt for a number of years, they have been reflected in upward revisions to our oil and gas production forecasts. Consumption has somewhat disappointed YTD, due ... Read More

  • Kuwait Consumer Electronics Q1 2018

    ... there is potential for a short-term rebound. For the duration of the forecast period, the growth outlook is, however, fairly modest owing to the limitations set by saturation in the highest value device categories, while ... Read More

  • Lithuania Infrastructure Q1 2018

    ... as the housing market matures and EU-funded energy and transport interconnectivity projects are completed. There remain opportunities in improving trade routes through the country, as the EU invests to improve its energy and transport networks. Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... to face headwinds that challenge growth. The near-term picture remains uncertain, with macroeconomic and political instabilities challenging drugmaker revenues. However, the region's long-term prospects are bright as the expansion of healthcare coverage and infrastructure in ... Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Telecommunications Q1 2018

    ... investment in Zain sees the former reposition itself as a digital services provider, one that is as capable serving the high-end connectivity needs of enterprises as it is the basic communications requirements of consumers. Saudi ... Read More

  • Slovakia Food & Drink Q1 2018

    ... consumer outlook. The tight labour market will drive up real wages, thus supporting household spending across the board. While Slovak consumers are expected to retain their strong preference for discount products, opportunities for premiumisation will Read More

  • South Korea Telecommunications Q1 2018

    ... the establishment of K-Bank, of which incumbent KT Corp has an 8% stake, is positive for the expansion of fintech in South Korea, with regulators suggesting that they are open to establishing more online banks. ... Read More

  • Spain Autos Q1 2018

    ... segment in 2018, the underperforming labour market and economy will prevent it from outperforming the commercial vehicle segment, which we forecast to expand by 4.3% in 2018, compared with passenger vehicle sales growth of 4.1%. Read More

  • Spain Food & Drink Q1 2018

    ... to 2.2% in 2018. However, in the food and drink sector, opportunities continue to exist for further premiumisation and value-added products. Additionally, the mass grocery retail sector is expected to see further modernisation as leading ... Read More

  • Spain Tourism Q1 2018

    ... connections and the hotel and accommodation sector, is very well developed and the country continues to attract further investment. The outlook for Spain's mature tourism sector is largely positive, though recent uncertainty in relation to ... Read More

  • Taiwan Infrastructure Q1 2018

    ... efforts to increase and improve the quality of semiconductor production will be positive for the sector. We thus maintain our forecast for the construction sector to grow by an average of 2.3% annually from 2017-2026. Read More

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