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5811 Reports from BMI Research

   
  • Middle East And North Africa Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... opportunities for multinational drugmakers looking to expand to emergingmarkets. Heightened industry and country risk dissuade company interest and the larger markets dominate multinational activityfor patented medicine sales. Ample opportunities exist in the generics market segment. Read More

  • South Korea Real Estate 2018

    ... commercial property sector over the mid-term. Theelectronics sector provides some respite; however, rising tensions with North Korea and the China boycott will offset thisperformance and drag on domestic demand, keeping commercial real estate activity subdued. Read More

  • Algeria Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2019

    ... and healthcare industries willcontinue to create investment opportunities, despite the slow progress in improving the regulatory environment. Despite sustaineddevelopment of local drug manufacturing capacity - which is in part driven by foreign direct investment and ... Read More

  • Argentina Consumer & Retail Q1 2019

    ... weaker exchange rate, inflationary pressures coupled with higher interest rateswill cause consumers to prioritise essentials over non-essentials, with imported premium brands most exposed to a cutback inspending. While the currency woes will result in Argentina ... Read More

  • Bolivia Mining Q1 2019

    ... steady value growth over the coming years, supported by improving metal prices.Nonetheless, the country's production forecasts will face downside risks as rising labour unrest and government intervention deterforeign investment and limit an already-weak project pipeline. Read More

  • Brazil Consumer & Retail Q1 2019

    ... spending prospects heading into 2019. However, towardsthe end of 2019 and into 2020, we expect to see more moderate growth, as an uptick in inflation, rising interest rates and a lack ofprogression on key reforms ... Read More

  • Cameroon And Gabon Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... for both countries. Organic growth prospects still exist in Cameroon'smobile market over the medium term. However, further discounting of inactive SIM connections poses a downside risk to ourforecast for mobile subscription growth. In Cameroon, operators' ... Read More

  • Cameroon Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2019

    ... Although the health system and pharmaceutical sector willcontinue to gradually develop, low spending per capita on medicine and a poor operating environment will continue to weigh onopportunities presented to drugmakers in the short term. The ... Read More

  • Chile Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... country'sreputation for stability over the coming years. We expect Chile's regulatory structure to remain supportive over the years ahead,keeping the country's banking, insurance, asset management and stock market among the most attractive in Latin America. Read More

  • China Mining Q1 2019

    China Mining Q1 2019 Key View: China's mining sector growth will suffer over the years with government-led consolidation, depleting reserves, falling oregrades and the weak price outlook for coal and iron ore. Read More

  • Croatia Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... the country's brighter macroeconomic outlook. The relatively small-scale life insuranceand asset management sectors have room for development, supported by favourable demographic trends, a robust regulatoryframework, and growing interest in more sophisticated savings and investment products. ... Read More

  • Czech Republic Consumer & Retail Q1 2019

    ... Republic's tightening labour market is leading to higher wages which are boosting consumer confidence andspending. However over the medium term we expect the country's economic growth to decelerate as it moderates to moresustainable growth rates. Read More

  • El Salvador Insurance Q1 2019

    ... consumer base is still excluded from traditional insurance covers,while a lack of economic diversification also limits demand for corporate products. While the competitive landscape has attractedsome key regional players and also includes multinational providers, there ... Read More

  • France Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2019

    ... recent commitments towards accelerating marketauthorisation of innovative medicines, as well as optimising market access and promoting innovation and clinical research,anticipate an effort to transform France into a highly attractive market for drugmakers and investors, reversing ... Read More

  • Hungary Telecommunications Q1 2019

    ... strong third national converged services provider and theexpansion will boost consumer choice as well as the digital economy. The country's second largest mobile operator, Telenor, sold itsassets to Czech telecoms firm PPF. The deal was ... Read More

  • Indonesia Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... in a large number ofcommodities is overly ambitious in light of the robust outlook for food and drink consumption. Agricultural production will struggleto expand in the coming years amid scarce agricultural land, the lack of ... Read More

  • Iran Consumer & Retail Q1 2019

    ... the country. A weak rial is fuelling rapid inflation and unemployment is on the rise. Over 2019, weexpect to see consumer spending patterns change significantly, as households are forced to concentrate on more essential items. Read More

  • Iran Mining Q1 2019

    ... dominated by state-owned companies. However, progress will be slow and weexpect the sector to face major challenges over the next two to three years, ranging from the country's inefficient bureaucracy,inadequate infrastructure and lack of financing. Read More

  • Malaysia Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... efforts to expand and modernise the sector. The countryhas also become a hub for Islamic financial services, a dynamic sector that is likely to continue to develop as regulatory reformencourages new products and entrants into ... Read More

  • Norway Medical Devices Q1 2019

    ... by ageing demographics andinvestment in new technology. Per capita spending will remain one of the highest in the world. The market will continue to beimport-led with much of domestic production geared to the export market. Read More

  • Paraguay Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... further gains in acreage andyields will be difficult to achieve. Similarly, beef production will only grow moderately as key structural impediments prevent strongerand steadier gains. The trade outlook is positive for both beef and soybean. Read More

  • Peru Telecommunications Q1 2019

    ... However, as the penetration levels reach saturation levels,operators are increasingly turning their strategies towards monetising their advanced LTE-A networks through content and services.Operators have also pointed to their intentions to improve in their converged offers ... Read More

  • Philippines Telecommunications Q1 2019

    ... operator, which will erode their market share. Deep pockets andconsistent regulatory support will be key to ensuring that PLDT and Globe do not manoeuvre to keep the new entrant out, as it didwith San Miguel ... Read More

  • Russia Renewables Q1 2019

    ... in the country, while geothermal, solar andwind power currently make even more limited contributions, leaving Russia heavily reliant on conventional energy sources (thermal,nuclear and hydropower). Government support for the development of new renewables capacity is ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2019

    ... expansion of private healthcare coverage and the modernisationof health infrastructure will contribute to drive prescription market growth. Stricter pricing controls, generic drug substitution and anunfavourable demographic profile will act act headwinds to firms over the ... Read More

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