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Political Risk Report: LatAm Braces for Marathon of Elections tipo_prod_name_i

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Political Risk Report: LatAm Braces for Marathon of Elections

This is the first Political Risk report at BNamericas. The report will be published monthly and track all the major political events that impact the real economy in the major markets in Latin America, replacing the monthly banking report. We will now publish regular banking and insurance reports in our regular news feed. Business and politics are intrinsically linked in Latin America. To understa... view more

Mexican Power Sector: A Market in Transition tipo_prod_name_i

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Mexican Power Sector: A Market in Transition

This report provides an overview of the Mexican electricity sector, now almost four years in to the historic transformation kicked off by the energy reforms passed in December 2013. It examines the challenges and opportunities that have arisen as Latin America's second-largest power market implements its first fully competitive wholesale market.... view more

Mexico Continues Process of Change in its Oil Sector tipo_prod_name_i

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Mexico Continues Process of Change in its Oil Sector

Production continues to decline in Mexico. However, there are signs that this will change soon. The success of Round 1 and the three Round 2 auctions called by hydrocarbons regulator CNH in the last two years augers well for an increase in production as these projects mature. Read this report for an update on energy reform and what to expect in the oil sector in the year leading up to next year's... view more

Social Infrastructure in LatAm and Private Participation tipo_prod_name_i

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Social Infrastructure in LatAm and Private Participation

In Latin America, private investment in social infrastructure - hospitals, schools, prisons, social housing and public buildings - has been slow to develop. But there have been significant recent changes. Read this report to find out about new advances in the region in social infrastructure projects.... view more

How Chile is Working to Make ICT a Way of Life tipo_prod_name_i

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How Chile is Working to Make ICT a Way of Life

Chile's telecom regulator Subtel is presiding over LatAm regulators' association Regulatel during 2017, and has said that the emphasis will be on international roaming agreements, evolution towards a single digital market and economic development through technology. On home turf the latter point is particularly salient, with Subtel recently launching a national R&D unit, and working clos... view more

Mining in Colombia: Land of Opportunity or Pandora's Box? tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining in Colombia: Land of Opportunity or Pandora's Box?

Miners in Colombia plan to invest US$7.6 billion in projects over the next five years, according to national mining association ACM. But social conflicts and adverse legal rulings may derail investment plans unless the government comes up with a broad-based long-term mining plan.... view more

LatAm M&As on the Rise tipo_prod_name_i

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LatAm M&As on the Rise

 

The Perils of Plenty in Peru's Electricity Sector tipo_prod_name_i

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The Perils of Plenty in Peru's Electricity Sector

The Peruvian electrical system does not face any imminent supply risks, but the ongoing energy surplus is drying up most new investment opportunities in the local power market, with the (partial) exception of the transmission business. It is also creating a window to pursue interconnections with neighboring grids in Ecuador and Chile. The exaggerated nature of the electricity glut could prove dis... view more

Ecuador's Oil Sector Seeks Results tipo_prod_name_i

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Ecuador's Oil Sector Seeks Results

Ecuador's economy has suffered as a result of low oil prices. Will a new government take action to stimulate investment in hydrocarbons? How are landmark oil and gas projects advancing in Ecuador? Read this report to find out.... view more

Mining in Chile: Positioning for Recovery tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining in Chile: Positioning for Recovery

Mining projects in Chile are facing increasing scrutiny and declining grades, as well as price and legal uncertainty. The country has the world's biggest copper reserves and big potential to increase production of gold and lithium, but these challenges are keeping many investors on the sidelines. Mining companies are working to prepare projects and balance sheets for investment when investment co... view more

Argentina Infrastructure Attracts New Interest tipo_prod_name_i

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Argentina Infrastructure Attracts New Interest

The state of Argentina's roads, railways, ports and airports has deteriorated severely in recent years due to lack of investment. But optimism is high with the Macri administration. Will the new infrastructure plan and favorable regulation rejuvinate the nation's infrastructure? Read this report to find out.... view more

Banks in Brazil: On the Mend tipo_prod_name_i

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Banks in Brazil: On the Mend

Brazil is finally coming out of recession, but the road to recovery is long and complicated. In this report we describe credit trends in Brazil in recent years and look at the prospects for 2017 and 2018. In addition, we analyze the factors driving the profitability of the system and whether there will be changes in the coming years. Finally, we explain the change in role of public sector banks a... view more

Power Transmission: Connecting Latin America's Evolving Grids tipo_prod_name_i

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Power Transmission: Connecting Latin America's Evolving Grids

This report examines the current state of the Latin American transmission business, identifying opportunities, challenges and trends in the region's main markets.... view more

Oil Prices, Corruption Impact Construction of Pipelines in Latin America tipo_prod_name_i

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Oil Prices, Corruption Impact Construction of Pipelines in Latin America

The drop in oil prices and corruption scandals in several projects has slowed the expansion of Latin American oil and gas pipelines in recent years. The moderate rise in the price of crude could spur growth of the transport infrastructure in the region, but before that, governments should reformulate contracts to dispel new corruption allegations in these sorts of projects.... view more

Pay TV in Latin America: Chasing Versatility tipo_prod_name_i

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Pay TV in Latin America: Chasing Versatility

Pay TV is increasingly an essential service for telcos, and a growth area, yet Latin America - famed for its diversity - displays mixed results in this industry, depending on the territory and the service provider. Even so, service providers across the board are aware of the increasing variety of customer types and preferences, and there is no shortage of operators investing in the cutting edge ... view more

Mining in Peru: Prices, Politics and Communities Challenge Projects tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining in Peru: Prices, Politics and Communities Challenge Projects

Peru enjoyed strong growth in 2016, driven largely by booming copper production. While red metal output is forecast to continue expanding, the overall outlook is less jubilant for 2017. President Kuczynski is struggling to advance key reforms through the opposition-controlled congress and there is growing frustration over the cancellation of major infrastructure PPP contracts. These factors also ... view more

LatAm Bond Markets: Navigating Volatile Waters tipo_prod_name_i

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LatAm Bond Markets: Navigating Volatile Waters

This report describes the main trends in the bond market in Latin America. In addition, it presents analysis and projections regarding the opportunities and risks in countries in the region where bond issues are most frequent.... view more

Brazil's Oil and Gas Revamp: A New Dawn? tipo_prod_name_i

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Brazil's Oil and Gas Revamp: A New Dawn?

The government in Brazil has overseen a slew of regulatory changes to the upstream oil and gas segment, most of which are seen as business friendly. But are they enough to haul the local industry out of its deepest ever rut? Read the report to find out.... view more

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