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Colombia's Oil Sector Looks for Positives tipo_prod_name_i

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Colombia's Oil Sector Looks for Positives

The Colombian oil and gas industry has managed to maintain production levels in the last two years despite the fall in crude prices, but plummeting exploration raises doubts about the medium and long-term development of the sector.... view more

Mining in Argentina: Can the New Administration Unlock the Potential? tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining in Argentina: Can the New Administration Unlock the Potential?

The election of Mauricio Macri as president in November has been heralded by many as a gamechanger for Argentina. The business-friendly Macri vowed to completely overhaul the country's economic model and rescind many of the former administration's protectionist policies. Investment in the mining sector had practically ground to a halt in Argentina in recent years due to the negative impact of hig... view more

Broadband Top of Mind for Governments and Operators Alike tipo_prod_name_i

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Broadband Top of Mind for Governments and Operators Alike

National broadband plans, while often ambitious, usually have goals set five years down the road that never quite bring the country 100% into the league of developed nations. However, some countries in Latin America are on their third or fourth incarnation of a national broadband plan or digital agenda, and there is finally a sensation of light at the end of the tunnel. Brazil for example is ai... view more

The Growing Need for Water Innovation in Industry tipo_prod_name_i

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The Growing Need for Water Innovation in Industry

Most water (over 70%) is used for agriculture, which has increased the pressure significantly on the water resources of the major Latin American cities due to the loss of woodland in recent decades. If we add to the equation other factors such as pollution and the effects of climate change, the pressure is even greater, leading to the serious threat of water shortages. Given the growing competiti... view more

Maintaining the Momentum of Chile’s Renewables Boom tipo_prod_name_i

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Maintaining the Momentum of Chile’s Renewables Boom

The Chilean power sector, after struggling for years to control prices and build new projects, has recently had many causes for celebration. The country successfully tendered new supply contracts in December 2014 and October 2015, after scrapping several earlier attempts because the participating distributors and generators could not agree on prices. Contrary to most expectations, the auctions a... view more

Mobile Financial Services Gather Pace tipo_prod_name_i

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Mobile Financial Services Gather Pace

The concrete possibility of, on the one hand, providing access to the formal banking sector for millions of people via mobile phones, and on the other of offering greater value to the operations of customers who own a smartphone, is driving mobile financial services in Latin America. To speed up development of the channel, several countries have begun to make more flexible the role of non-bank pr... view more

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Junior Mining: Survival of the Resilient tipo_prod_name_i

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Junior Mining: Survival of the Resilient

Junior mining companies have been hammered by a lack of risk capital for more than three years and there is little sign of a change in sentiment due to the low metal price environment and deepening concern over slowing Chinese demand. The adverse conditions have prompted juniors to adopt diverse strategies to survive the downturn and attract alternative sources of financing such as private equity... view more

Peru: Overcoming Geographical and Social Challenges tipo_prod_name_i

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Peru: Overcoming Geographical and Social Challenges

Our previous Telecom Intelligence Series on Peru placed a lot of emphasis on the digital divide between rural and urban areas and the market strength that Telefónica has in most of the key services. The key to solving the first issue is infrastructure, but much of the rural population is in areas with relatively inaccessible geography and efforts to build a state backbone were bogged down until ... view more

Financial Services Outlook 2016: A Focus on Asset Quality tipo_prod_name_i

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Financial Services Outlook 2016: A Focus on Asset Quality

Introduction
Figure: GDP Forecast
Figure: Banking Data

Brazil: The Crisis Deepens
Figure: Negative Growth
Figure: Brazil Banking Sector Projections
Figure: Unemployment in Brazil

Mexico: Credit Picking up Slowly
Figure: Mexico Banking Indicators

Argentina: Banks Prepare for Adjustment
Argentina: Growth Forecast
Figure: Loans in Argentina

Chile: Portfolio Remains Steady
Figure: Principal Banking Sector Indicators
Figure: Chile Growth Forecast

Colombia: 4G Driving Credit Demand
Figure: Loan Growth Projections
Figure: GDP Growth Forecast, Colombia

Peru: El Niño, an Unknown Factor
Figure: Peru Growth Forecast

Venezuela: Conditions Deteriorate for Private Banks
Figure: Deposits of State Entities at Banks
Figure: Venezuela Growth Forecast

Conclusion

Oil and Gas Outlook 2016: Confronting The Age of Oil and Gas Abundance in Latin America tipo_prod_name_i

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Oil and Gas Outlook 2016: Confronting The Age of Oil and Gas Abundance in Latin America

The Age of Abundance
Figure: Where is Brent Headed?
Figure: Where is WTI Headed?

Argentina: Change is in the Air
Figure: Oil Production in Argentina
Figure: Rig Count in Argentina

Bolivia: Looking for New Gas
Figure: Bolivian Investment in Hydrocarbons
Figure: Natural Gas Exports
Figure: Planned Exploration Investment through 2019

Brazil: Looking Ahead
Figure: Oil Reserves
Figure: Pre-salt Production

Chile: Enap Diversifies
Figure: Chile's Energy Mix

Colombia: A New Course Needed
Figure: Dropping Rig Count
Figure: Oil Production in Colombia

Mexico: A Reform Matures
Figure: Oil Production in Mexico

Peru: Natural Gas Projects Take Center Stage
Figure: Peru Oil Contracts
Figure: Wells Drilled in Peru

Venezuela: More Pragmatism?
Figure: Towering Resources

Ecuador: The Other Opec Member Moves to Produce More
Figure: Planned Investment, Petroecuador

The Rest: Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Trinidad, Paraguay, Guyana
Figure: Upcoming Rounds

Conclusion: Busts are Common, but the World is Different
Figure: Monthly Oil Price

Mining Outlook 2016: Adapting to the New Reality of Volatility and Complexity tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining Outlook 2016: Adapting to the New Reality of Volatility and Complexity

Focus: Downturn deeper and longer than expected
Figure: Global Non-Ferrous Metals Exploration Spending
Figure: Copper Production Cuts

Metals prices: More pain to come
Figure: Gold Price Forecasts
Figure: Copper Price Forecasts

Argentina: Can a new administration unlock the potential?
Figure: Argentina's Mining Exports

Brazil: Top notch potential will weather lower prices, domestic turmoil
Figure: Brazil Iron Ore Production by Company
Figure: Forecast for Iron Ore Prices
Figure: Brazil's Mining Investment Portfolio

Chile: The struggle for growth in a shifting landscape
Figure: Projected Electricity Needs in Chile's Mining
Chilean Copper Mine Production
Figure: Mining Jobs in Chile

Colombia: Development remains a challenge, but shoots of green could herald change
Figure: Colombian Gold Production
Figure: Colombian Coal Production
Figure: Coal Prices

Mexico: Countercyclical investment persists thanks to low costs
Figure: Mexican Mining Sector Investment
Figure: Gold Mining Cash Costs in Mexico
Figure: Mexican Gold Production
Figure: Mexican Silver Production

Peru: Politics and people to shape the mining agenda
Figure: Peruvian Mining Investment
Figure: Copper Production Costs in Top 10 Producing Countries
Figure: Peru's Mining Exports

The best of the rest: Bolivia, Guatemala, Ecuador, Panama
Figure: Mining Exports, Bolivia
Figure: Gold and Silver Production in Guatemala
Figure: Global Lithium Deposits

Conclusion
Figure: Combined Capital Expenditure of the Top 10 Private Sector Diversified Mining Companies
Figure: Projects Coming Online

Electric Power Outlook 2016: Power Market Opportunities in Turbulent Times tipo_prod_name_i

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Electric Power Outlook 2016: Power Market Opportunities in Turbulent Times

Introduction
Figure: Generation Mix
Figure: Installed Capacity

Growth Trends
Figure: Electricity Use 2014
Figure: Power Use Evolution

El Niño Looms

Enthusiasm Spreads for Renewables
Figure: Auctions

Top Local Renewables Markets

Hydro Still King
Figure: Pipeline

Business and M&A Outlook
Figure: Public Players
Figure: Private Players

Elections and Scandals

New Mexican Market Set to Launch

Central America
Figure: Siepac Transactions
Figure: Power Infrastructure

Conclusion

Telecommunications Outlook 2016: Enough Momentum to Pull Through the Crisis tipo_prod_name_i

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Telecommunications Outlook 2016: Enough Momentum to Pull Through the Crisis

Introduction
Figure - Mobile Broadband Increasingly Important in LatAm

Got Reform?
Figure - Reliance on Mobile Internet Varies Between Countries
Figure - Mobile Internet as Component of All Mobile vs All Internet

Spectrum as a Catalyst for Investment
Figure - Upcoming Spectrum Auctions in Latin America

Brazil: Patience is a Virtue

Mexico Soldiering On
Figure - Increasing Reliance on Smartphones in the Region

Signs of Confidence Elsewhere
Figure - Internet Connection Speed: LatAm Needs to Catch up
Figure - More Backbone Means More FTTH

MVNO Model Still Evolving
Figure - MVNOs Have Significant Share in Colombia

DTT Opportunities
Figure - Countries Jostle in Pay TV Growth Race

Conclusion

Infrastructure Outlook 2016: Projects Galore, Reforms Promote Private Investment tipo_prod_name_i

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Infrastructure Outlook 2016: Projects Galore, Reforms Promote Private Investment

Index

Introduction
Figure: Oil prices to remain subdued in 2016

New Institutions in Chile
Figure: Chile's infrastructure fund - Estimated breakdown of assets

Brazil Perfecting Models
Figure: Brazil's GDP takes a dive

Colombia Thinks Long-Term
Figure: Colombian projects in the intermodal transport master plan (PMTI)

Billion Dollar Plans
Figure: Breakdown of Brazil's new infrastructure investment program (PIL) 2015-2018
Figure: Chile's investment in concessions 2014-2022
Figure: Mexican projects by sector in the PNI (2014-2018)
Figure: Peruvian investments in transport infrastructure 2014-2016

Rail Revival on Track
Figure: Principal rail projects in Latin America

Underground and in the Air
Figure: Principal airport projects in Latin America
Figure: Principal highway projects in Latin AmericaM&A in 2016
Figure: Principal ports and logistics projects in Latin America


Conclusion

Reviving Chile's Concessions tipo_prod_name_i

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Reviving Chile's Concessions

To return to the growth rate seen in the first ten years of Chile's infrastructure concessions system, the country's government seeks to improve its institutional framework and launch an infrastructure fund to ensure financing of future projects. In the short term, there is no shortage of opportunities for investors and global operators. The PPP portfolio of projects to be tendered by 2018 and p... view more

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