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Region: South America
Category: Heavy Industry

South America Heavy Industry

(3705 reports matching your criteria)
  • Argentina Infrastructure Q4 2019

    Argentina Infrastructure Q4 2019 Key View: Elevated uncertainty and likely cuts to public construction investment will see Argentina's construction industry remainin contraction through 2020. Read More

  • Latin America Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... schemes can be questionable, so firms should expect further government-imposed medicine price cuts. Insufficient investment in healthcare infrastructure and the slow pace of consolidation of medicalservice bureaucracy will impair pharmaceutical market growth in Latin America. Read More

  • Latin America Power Q4 2019

    ... well-established domestic banks, many of which have expandedinto other regional markets, alongside some well-known international banks. The sector is considered one of the country'seconomic pillars, as it has demonstrated strong results in 2018. Although, credit ... Read More

  • Latin America Autos Q4 2019

    ... in Venezuela. Positive outlook for natural gas production is backed by the development ofVaca Muerta basin in Argentina. We expect limited investments into refining sector as the major national oil and gas companiesprioritise upstream segment. Read More

  • Brazil Petrochemicals Q4 2019

    ... a US-China trade war, which will depress prices and squeezeBrazilian petrochemicals margins. Argentina also poses a risk. In the short term, the country's recession is undermining Brazilianexports, but in the long term, there is potential ... Read More

  • Ecuador Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... through the end of 2019, leading to a contraction of theindustry. From 2020, we expect the industry to return to growth, supported by pro-business policies and the growing use of public-private partnerships in infrastructure development. Read More

  • Argentina Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... trajectory, while more peripheral shale formations will take longer to grow amidincreased austerity on the part of the government and upstream developers. Near-term recession will weigh on domesticconsumption and slow down investments from state-led YPF. Read More

  • Brazil Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... expected to gain traction over the coming quarters andinto 2020, due in large part to a recovering private housing market and strong investor sentiment in the energy infrastructuresector. We also note an uptick in investor ... Read More

  • Chile Power Q4 2019

    ... period to 2028. The country has one of themost extensive project pipelines across the Latin America region encompassing over 40GW of new capacity at various stages ofdevelopment. The government's plans to eliminate coal-fired power generation ... Read More

  • Chile Renewables Q4 2019

    ... will draw significant investmentfrom the private sector over the next decade. The government's plans to reduce the role of coal-fired thermal power, combined withthe falling costs of some of these technologies, will also play a ... Read More

  • Ecuador Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... exploration,the decline of maturing fields and a less transparent business environment. Lack of new investments in the downstream sector,after terminating Refineria del Pacifico project, leaves Ecuador with stagnant capacity forecast for the next ten years. Read More

  • Airlines in Chile

    ... to reduce different boarding fee charges at its national airports, in an effort to increase the appeal of domestic travel. Competitive airline rates, partnered with a decrease in boarding fees, further reduced the ticket price ... Read More

  • Airlines in Peru

    ... in the review period. Thanks to this trend, an increasing number of Peruvians can access a means of transport which for years was far from the reach of many, democratising transport to some extent and ... Read More

  • Car Rental (Destination) in Chile

    ... rental car company in Chile. Deciding to expand, a new partnership has formed between Autorentas del Pacifico and Japanese car giants Mitsu. Mitsui signed a share purchase agreement with Mitta - the parent company of ... Read More

  • Car Rental (Destination) in Peru

    ... package delivery or Uber Eats, contributed to the growth of these companies, making their platforms better-known and used daily by consumers. Peru is probably one of the few markets in which the appearance of these ... Read More

  • Car Rental (Destination) in Colombia

    ... such as restrictions on car circulation in major cities. In Bogotá, the Pico y Placa (Peak and License Plate) programme restricts drivers from driving during weekday peak hours on some days. Restrictions are based on ... Read More

  • Travel in Argentina

    ... by legislative restrictions in the country, specifically around the currency and exchange rates, as well as the actual value of the peso. With the presidency of Mauricio Macri, beginning at the end of 2015, all ... Read More

  • Airlines in Colombia

    ... with a pilots’ strike in 2017 and a subsequent declining share of value sales, the company saw further losses in the first quarter of 2019. It took steps to address the problems it faced, by ... Read More

  • Travel in Colombia

    ... most arrivals to Colombia came not as tourists, but as refugees, which are not counted in Euromonitor data. Colombia also has a new president, conservative Iván Duque, whose hard-line position has led to doubt about ... Read More

  • Airlines in Argentina

    ... such as Europe and the US is slowly entering Argentina, with low cost carriers previously not present in the country. Among the most important entrants was Flybondi, which offered local flights to and from 12 ... Read More

  • Airlines in Colombia

    ... with a pilots’ strike in 2017 and a subsequent declining share of value sales, the company saw further losses in the first quarter of 2019. It took steps to address the problems it faced, by ... Read More

  • Car Rental (Destination) in Argentina

    ... car by the hour and returning it to different points in the city. MyKeego was the first company to offer this service, operating in the northern area of ??Greater Buenos Aires. As of 2018, it ... Read More

  • Travel in Colombia

    ... most arrivals to Colombia came not as tourists, but as refugees, which are not counted in Euromonitor data. Colombia also has a new president, conservative Iván Duque, whose hard-line position has led to doubt about ... Read More

  • Travel in Uruguay

    ... negative impact on the Uruguayan tourist industry. Put simply, lower disposable incomes amongst Argentineans have had a direct impact on spending levels. With no prospective resolution to this recession, travel demand and services in Uruguay ... Read More

  • Airlines in Ecuador

    ... enabled the country to sign flexible bilateral agreements affecting international airports exclusively located in Ecuador. Working in coordination with tourism and foreign trade portfolios, the Ministries of Transport and External Relations were put in charge ... Read More

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