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5811 Reports from BMI Research

   
  • Latvia Medical Devices Q1 2019

    ... back of a strengthening economy andincreased public investment in healthcare supported by EU funds. Trade with fellow EU member states will continue to increase asbusiness activity with Russia and other former Soviet bloc countries wanes. Read More

  • Malaysia Consumer & Retail Q1 2019

    ... unemployment. High-frequency indicators also point to the health ofthe Malaysian consumer with consumer confidence and retail sales picking up since the beginning of 2018. Adding further upsideto the consumer outlook is the continued uptake in ... Read More

  • Peru Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2019

    ... profiles support the use of chronic treatments and a variety ofhealthcare services, including diagnostic. However, the fact that the government remains the key source of healthcare funding willcontinue to pose risks to the market's development. Read More

  • Philippines Medical Devices Q1 2019

    ... from a strong economic performance over the next five years.Modernisation of hospitals and other key health sector development projects will drive market growth,while new medical deviceregulations will strengthen the country's regulatory environment and drive up ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Medical Devices Q1 2019

    ... rising healthcare costs, the government will increase private sector participation. Population growth, achanging epidemiology, a growing medical tourism industry, healthcare infrastructure developments, an expanding healthinsurance, digital transformation and new technologies will remain key market drivers. Read More

  • Turkey Power Q4 2018

    ... A dollar-based tariffscheme for renewable power producers will play a major role in dampening the impact of currency devaluation on new anddeveloping renewables projects, ensuring continued investment in the power sector over our forecast period ... Read More

  • Uganda Insurance Q4 2018

    ... low levels of disposable income and customer confidence.Although the sector is dominated by foreign insurers, investment can be undermined by currency revaluations and high inflation,which devalues revenue in USD terms. Economic growth is, however, boosting ... Read More

  • Ukraine Autos Q4 2018

    ... Autos Q4 2018 Key View: This quarter, we have again scaled back our new vehicle sales forecasts for 2018, now forecasting 8.5% growth, withcommercial vehicle (CV) sales (+14%) to outperform passenger vehicle (PV) sales (+7.6%). Read More

  • Ukraine Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... all the operators that won spectrum will have to increaseLTE penetration in the most populous cities in Ukraine to 90% in one year. However, macroeconomic weakness weighs heavy onthe mobile market, which has contracted for ... Read More

  • Brazil Agribusiness Q4 2018

    ... for livestock look generally positive, despite a series of ongoing scandals.Livestock exports will remain elevated as global demand steadily remains on an uptrend. Cocoa yields will recover, as productioncompletes its shift from Bahia to the ... Read More

  • Central America Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... and advanced services to grow their revenue streams.Regulators will also need to be proactive in distributing spectrum to allow networks to cope with growing data demand. This will beespecially the case in remote areas where ... Read More

  • Egypt Autos Q4 2018

    ... delay the Egyptian automotive sectors' return to positive growth to2019. However, Egypt's vehicle production is making strong moves towards recovering and US sanctions on Iran present furthergrowth opportunity for Egyptian automakers in the MENA region. Read More

  • Mexico Insurance Q4 2018

    ... dynamic competitive landscape. Awareness of theadvantages of insurance cover among households is also improving, while corporate consumers are benefiting due to theavailability of more diverse product ranges from a number of domestic and global carriers. ... Read More

  • Panama Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... system inefficiencies will continueto weigh on the country’s ability to improve access to healthcare. Sustained pro-growth economic policies and the Panama Canalwill continue to support the country’s position as a logistic and export hub, including ... Read More

  • Poland Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... future of the Fund; however, the outlook for the pharmaceutical market andhealthcare sector remain positive. Continued state healthcare funding growth and consumer-led economic growth will provide aboost to market expenditure, maintaining the country's regional outperformance. Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Renewables Q4 2018

    ... delays to project commissioning will result in the Saudi government not reaching its targetof 9.5GW of renewables by 2023. Plans to increase gas power output and construct nuclear capacity will lessen the focus onrenewable investments. Read More

  • South Africa Insurance Q4 2018

    ... A key limiting factor is sluggish economic growth andhigh rates of unemployment which mean that many households remain excluded from traditional insurance covers. Should insurersbe able to expand the range of more affordable microinsurance products ... Read More

  • South Africa Mining Q4 2018

    ... mining sector will see upside risks to growth ahead as new President Cyril Ramaphosaheralds an improved regulatory outlook. However, high labour costs, an appreciating rand and depleting resources will continue toplague growth levels moving forward. Read More

  • South Africa Power Q4 2018

    ... from a low base, will be the power sector's growthoutperformer. Nuclear capacity will not increase over this period due to high costs and low electricity demand. Financial headwindsat Eskom will limit the ability to implement ... Read More

  • South Africa Renewables Q4 2018

    ... which renewable electricity is expanding, as well as the largepresence of coal-fired power, will mean that the contribution of renewables to the total power mix will remain below 10%. Thesigning of REIPPPP contracts earlier in ... Read More

  • Spain Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... food and drinksmarket. The continued rise of mass grocery retail will support volume sales in the future and as the market becomes morecompetitive, these retailers will continue to invest in further refurbishment and modernisation programmes. Read More

  • Sweden Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... platform in the Nordic region. The sector is expanding at a robust clip, thoughwe expect this to ease in the coming years in line with cooling GDP growth. Regulatory oversight has been overhauled over recentyears ... Read More

  • Switzerland Power Q4 2018

    ... growth means that there is very littledemand for large-scale new capacity developments and the project pipeline is currently slim, resulting in downbeat forecasts for themarket. There is however upside risk for the renewables sector in ... Read More

  • Tanzania Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... than 170% over the 10-year period. Outside the banking industry, the insurance sector is set for strong growth,but from a very low base, and will not be a significant generator of investment. Asset management remains ... Read More

  • Tanzania Consumer & Retail Q4 2018

    ... steady expansion in consumer spending over the comingquarters. While headline economic growth will marginally slow, the lagged positive impact on household incomes from a bumperagricultural harvest will offset any downward pressure on household purchasing power. Read More

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