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Argentina's Banks Face New Reality
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Argentina's Banks Face New Reality

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Major Metro Projects eye PPP Models tipo_prod_name_i

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Major Metro Projects eye PPP Models

The renewed boom in metro systems not only contributes to improving urban transport in highly congested and fast growing cities, but also opens up a wealth of opportunities for companies in the areas of construction, engineering, technology and concessions, as well as for manufacturers of rolling stock.... view more

Mining in Argentina: Preparing for Takeoff tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining in Argentina: Preparing for Takeoff

For more than a decade, the investment climate in Argentina led many to dismiss the nation. Since President Mauricio Macri took office at the end of 2015, reforms have taken shape to fix the economy and stimulate investment, including a federal mining agreement to unify policy across the provinces. Combined with an improved outlook for metal prices, the pieces are falling into place for a new era... view more

Argentina's Banks Face New Reality tipo_prod_name_i

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Argentina's Banks Face New Reality

This report describes the changes in the banking industry in Argentina over the last year and the effect these are having on financial entities. In addition, we analyze each credit segment and look at projections for the short and medium term. Finally, we examine the effects on profitability and what tools banks can use to counteract them.... view more

Oil in Venezuela: A New Pragmatism? tipo_prod_name_i

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Oil in Venezuela: A New Pragmatism?

Venezuela's economic collapse is perhaps the most dramatic of any nation in Latin America in the last thirty years, and the oil industry is at the center of it. What is occurring in the country's oil? Where is the sector headed? Is the much talked about 'pragmatism' real? Read this report to find out.... view more

Natural Gas on Latin American Power Grids tipo_prod_name_i

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Natural Gas on Latin American Power Grids

Since the early 2000s, natural gas has more than doubled its share of the Latin American power matrix. The fuel is used to generate more than one-quarter of the region's annual electricity supply and is the second-most prevalent source after hydroelectricity. This report will examine the latest trends, opportunities and challenges for gas-fired power plants in Latin America.... view more

New Insurance Lines in Latin America tipo_prod_name_i

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New Insurance Lines in Latin America

Facing an environment of greater competition and new demands, insurers are launching innovative products in niche markets with high growth potential. Products such as insurance against the risk of cyberattacks, new coverage for renewable energy projects, merger and acquisition insurance, and low-cost policies for cars up to 25 years old are expanding in Latin America. In this report we describe t... view more

Water in Latin America: Scarcity in the Face of Abundance tipo_prod_name_i

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Water in Latin America: Scarcity in the Face of Abundance

Latin America accounts for almost one third of the world's freshwater resources. Despite this abundance, 34 million Latin Americans still do not have access to piped potable water and 106 million do not have basic sanitation services. In order to contain the inherent risks in the water sector at an acceptable level and to ensure the universalization of drinking water and basic sanitation services... view more

Wind Power Keeps Growing in LatAm despite Economic Woes tipo_prod_name_i

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Wind Power Keeps Growing in LatAm despite Economic Woes

The wind industry has only just recently started to take off in Latin America, a relatively late adopter of the technology. Around 85% of its wind capacity was built after 2011, and there remains ample untapped potential in most countries that have already built wind farms, while exciting new markets are emerging elsewhere in the region. This report will examine the challenges and opportunities f... view more

An Update on the Argentine Shale Gas Story tipo_prod_name_i

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An Update on the Argentine Shale Gas Story

BNamericas has been tracking the shale story in Argentina for a number of years, but the question remains, can the country replicate the success of unconventionals seen in the US? This report looks particularly at the state of natural gas in Argentina, the country's most important fuel and where the government has placed most emphasis. Read the report to find out the latest on the Argentine shale... view more

Gold Mining in Latin America: Time to Return to Growth? tipo_prod_name_i

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Gold Mining in Latin America: Time to Return to Growth?

Global gold mine production is falling from a lack of investment in recent years as operators turned their focus to cost containment and away from growth. Despite seven new mines starting up in Latin America last year, the region is contributing to the decline, and the near-term pipeline is slim. Miners have been hard at work optimizing projects and reducing debt. With a spike in gold prices in 2... view more

Can Renewables Gain a Foothold in Colombia's Power Sector? tipo_prod_name_i

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Can Renewables Gain a Foothold in Colombia's Power Sector?

This report provides an overview of the Colombian power sector and examines the main issues it faces at the start of a new year, including the promotion of alternatives electricity sources, changes to the market model, the expansion of the transmission and distribution (T&D) network, and the supply of natural gas for thermoelectric generators.... view more

Mining in Ecuador: A New Dawn tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining in Ecuador: A New Dawn

Ecuador is on a serious quest to make its mining framework competitive and win back investor confidence after previous reforms created an unfavorable tax regime and significant uncertainty. Today, two mines are under construction, including what will be the country's first large-scale mine, and a third, the emblematic Fruta del Norte, is set to break ground in 2017. Upcoming presidential election... view more

New Airports, Expansions Abound in the Face of Growing Air Traffic tipo_prod_name_i

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New Airports, Expansions Abound in the Face of Growing Air Traffic

Between 2005 and 2015, many of the largest airports in Latin America achieved double-digit passenger growth rates. According to the latest projections of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Latin America will see annual growth of 3.8% in passenger numbers until 2035. This report looks at the state of airports in the region, given this growth, and outlines the projects planned, how... view more

Colombia Halts Oil Decline, but Challenges Persist tipo_prod_name_i

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Colombia Halts Oil Decline, but Challenges Persist

Read this report to find out about the state of the hydrocarbons industry in Colombia, and what to expect for 2017 and beyond. The report also studies the country's offshore potential and analyzes the progress and setbacks of transportation and refining infrastructure in recent years. It also looks at how imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) is helping to meet increased energy demand.... view more

Data Analytics: New Tools, New Horizons tipo_prod_name_i

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Data Analytics: New Tools, New Horizons

ICT research firms like Gartner point out that tools for analyzing big data have been a top priority among CIOs for many years, and yet news articles and blog entries still talk of this area as an incipient concern. This is possibly because there is now more of a sense of urgency, tied to the popular theme of 'digital transformation', which companies in just about any industry must now consider ... view more

Banking Survey 2017 tipo_prod_name_i

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Banking Survey 2017

While optimism remains far from the levels seen in the years leading to 2014, expectations in Latin America's financial sector for 2017 are better than in the past two years. That is the main conclusion of BNamericas' financial services survey of executives and industry experts across the region. Read the report to find out where the experts think banking is headed in Latin America in 2017.... view more

Infrastructure Survey 2017 tipo_prod_name_i

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Infrastructure Survey 2017

Our annual Infrastructure Survey offers a picture of the state of the sector and expectations for 2017. It reveals the best investment destinations, the obstacles facing the sector, financing hurdles, and more. Survey participants were from construction companies, engineering firms, government institutions, NGOs and technology solutions companies.... view more

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