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Explore the challenges and solutions in Telecom, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 4 graphs and 1 table focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.

Outlook2015: Telecommunications Outlook 2015: Will Mexico's Watershed Moment Steal the Show?
The World Cup came and went, and despite successfully catering for the communications needs of broadcasters and visitors, Brazil appears to be just as concerned with expanding service coverage as it was before the event. And it's not just Brazil where there's no standing still. Our telecom sector Outlook 2015 report highlights several trends that will ratchet forward in a significant way next year.

Index:

- Introduction
- Spectrum
- Mexico Reform
- MVNOs
- High Throughput Satellites
- M&A, Consolidation
- Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT)
- Regulatory developments
- Spectrum Resale
- Reduced Roaming Fees
- Number Portability
- Afterthoughts
- Conclusion

INTELLIGENCE SERIE: 4G LTE: Already Making Waves in Latin America

The GSMA reports that less than 1% of Latin America's mobile users have moved to 4G so far, and forecasts that even by year-end 2017 the figure will be relatively low at 10%. Yet LTE is constantly in the headlines. Do these numbers mean operators will slow down their LTE deployments? Apparently not. This month's Telecom Intelligence Series looks at the numbers surrounding LTE deployment and considers whether the time is right for this technology.

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Explore the challenges and solutions in Oil & Gas, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 7 graphs and 2 tables focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.

Outlook2015: 2015 Signals Broad Shift
The upcoming year will see a shifting energy landscape. Oil prices are dropping and new supply is flooding the market. The change could be especially felt in Colombia and Venezuela, while other countries like Mexico and Argentina should continue to see rising oil and gas investment.

Index:

- A Changing Oil and Gas Landscape
- Argentina - Is Energy the Key to Turning Around an Ailing Economy?
- Bolivia - Another Morales Term Signals Continuity
- Brazil - Will the New Rousseff Government Change the Model?
- Chile - Can Enap Become Competitive?
- Colombia - Turbulent Waters
- Ecuador - Mature Fields, Amazon New Focus
- The Falkland Islands - The Search for Deepsea Oil Continues
- Guatemala - To a Natural Gas Future
- Mexico - The Center of Attention
- Nicaragua - New Oil Bill
- Panama - LNG Project
- Paraguay - Is Oil Production on the Horizon?
- Peru - The Camisea Project Matures
- Suriname - Into the Water
- Trinidad - Searching for New Markets
- Uruguay - International Companies Hope for Oil
- Venezuela - Is Change Near?
- Conclusion - What Does it All Mean?

 

INTELLIGENCE SERIE: Oil in Colombia: The Brakes are On

Guerrilla attacks, blockades by communities in producing areas and a slow environmental licensing system have this year halted the rapid expansion that oil production in Colombia had been experiencing. With no major discoveries in the past two decades, the government is betting on two fronts. The short-term goal is to improve the recovery factor in mature fields. In the medium and long term, efforts are being made to accelerate the exploration and development of unconventional oil and offshore areas.

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Explore the challenges and solutions in Mining, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 14 graphs focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.

Outlook2015: Rebuilding confidence in the face of slower growth
Miners will have to push harder for productivity gains as metals prices stay depressed. Additionally, social, environmental and political challenges persist in most Latin American countries. Investment will be lower, but many top projects will advance regardless.

Index:

- Focus: Productivity for Producers, Survival for Juniors
- Metal Prices: How Low Can You Go?
- Mexico: Precious Metals Weakness Causing Pain
- Colombia: Coal Prices, Peace Process Restrain Mining Industry
- Peru: Permitting, Community Conflict to Determine Sector's Advance
- Chile: Not in Crisis Mode... Yet
- Argentina: Miners Continue to Bet on a Turnaround
- Brazil: A Return to Confidence?
- The Best of the Rest: Bolivia, Guatemala, Ecuador, Panama
- Conclusion: When One Window Closes, Another Opens

 

INTELLIGENCE SERIE: Powering Chile's Mines: An Industry On The Brink

Rising power costs and insecure supply in Chile are negatively impacting mining companies' investment decisions. Numerous generation projects have been blocked or shelved, while copper miners' demand is set to double by 2025. The big firms are looking at their own power projects, which could help bridge the gap but mean more capital outlay for miners.

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Explore the challenges and solutions in Financial Services, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 9 graphs and 2 tables focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.

Outlook2015: Is Slow Growth the New Normal?
Loans will experience sluggish growth in Latin America next year, with the pace of expansion far from that of 2010-2012. While the slowdown in consumer credit that began two years ago will continue, greater economic growth in some countries, coupled with fewer international bond issues and less access to credit abroad for companies, will likely lead to an increase in the pace of corporate lending. And with lower delinquency levels next year, bank profitability will remain high.

Index

- Introduction

- Brazil: The Slowdown Continues

- Mexico: Financial Reform Takes Shape

- Argentina: Awaiting a Turbulent Year

- Colombia: No Slowdown in Sight

- Peru: Credit Accelerating

- Chile: Loan Growth Returns

- Conclusion: Prospects for 2015

 

INTELLIGENCE SERIE: Retail Banking and Latin America's New Middle Class

For the Brazilian World Cup last June, thousands of fans from regional neighbors - such as Chile, Mexico, Argentina and Uruguay - flocked to the host nation to cheer on their teams, along with the swelling ranks of recently affluent Brazilians. These fans were symbolic of the socio-economic changes in Latin America over the last decade that have resulted in the so-called 'middle class miracle.' How has the financial system responded to these changes, and what will happen as Latin America enters a period of slower growth?

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Explore the challenges and solutions in infrastructure, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 4 graphs and 6 tables focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.

Outlook2015: Big Promises for 2015
Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Chile lead the region's public and private investment in infrastructure with multibillion dollar programs, suggesting that from 2015 on Latin America could achieve its long-held desire to close the deficit in this sector and improve competitiveness. Yet big challenges are present. Apart from building projects that operate well and offer financial returns for private operators of roads, urban transport, ports and airports, among others, a strategic and long-term vision is a must.

Index

- Introduction

- More and Improved PPPs

- A Focus on Urban Mobility

- Ports Require Urgent Expansion

- Moving Towards a Logistics Strategy

- Airports at a Crossroads- Water: Emphasis on Management

- Conclusion

 

INTELLIGENCE SERIE: Chile's Myriad Infrastructure Needs

Following a slowdown of Chile's concession system between 2007 and 2013, in July of this year Michelle Bachelet's administration announced PPP projects in road, urban, airport, logistics and water infrastructure for US$9.96 billion. But there are barriers to overcome. Steps are already being taken to improve project formulation and design, and a commitment has been made to redefine and strengthen the concession bureau as an institution. Meanwhile, the private sector is seeking an autonomous national infrastructure agency that can develop and implement long-term policies independent of changes of government.

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Explore the challenges and solutions in infrastructure, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 13 graphs and 6 tables focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.

OUTLOOK 2015: Natural Gas, Renewable Power Gain Importance in 2015
The region's growth has slowed, but this hardly diminishes Latin America's electric power needs in a changing global energy landscape. Latin America's power sector faces several broad obstacles - some old, some new - such as community opposition to big projects or regional interconnection. Yet, from country to country, the challenges are diverse, as are the responses to them. One thing is certain: natural gas and renewable power will continue to take on importance.

Index

- Introduction - Slower Growth
- Natural Gas Continues to Gain Ground
- Big Projects Face Road
- Renewable Energy: A Rising Star
- Connecting the Continent
- Argentina - A Frail System Needs Revamp
- Brazil - Moving Beyond Hydro
- Chile - A Budding Haven for Renewables
- Colombia - Continues to Grow
- Mexico - Reforms Start to Take Hold
- Peru - Natural Gas Booms
- Conclusion - A Changing Matrix

 

INTELLIGENCE SERIE: Deciphering Chile's New Energy Agenda

The new energy agenda calls for a lowering of marginal power costs by 30% on the main SIC grid during this four-year government, as well as a 20% reduction in prices at power auctions in the next decade compared to prices offered in the most recent auction (around US$130/MWh). Can Chile reduce prices while also adding costly renewable technologies and relying evermore on the import of primary energy sources? This report will look at the energy agenda of newly reelected president Michelle Bachelet in an attempt to unlock its main points and offer suggestions about where the sector might be headed.

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Outlook 2015: Rebuilding confidence in the face of slower growth

Miners will have to push harder for productivity gains as metals prices stay depressed. Additionally, social, environmental and political challenges persist in most Latin American countries. Investment will be lower, but many top projects will advance regardless.

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Outlook: 2015 Signals Broad Shift

The upcoming year will see a shifting energy landscape. Oil prices are dropping and new supply is flooding the market. The change could be especially felt in Colombia and Venezuela, while other countries like Mexico and Argentina should continue to see rising oil and gas investment.

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