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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

Electric Power Survey 2017 tipo_prod_name_i

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Electric Power Survey 2017

Early in 2016, droughts pummeled Latin America's hydro-dependent grids. Political and economic crises then came to a head in two of the region's largest countries. The growth of electricity demand has also stagnated across much of the region due to the current economic deceleration. On the other hand, new energy sources, especially wind and solar power, have continued to gain traction in local el... view more

Oil & Gas Survey 2017 tipo_prod_name_i

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Oil & Gas Survey 2017

This year's Oil & Gas Survey is clear evidence that 2017 is expected to see a change in fortunes for companies in the sector. Prices should rise slightly along with spending, and many companies are now in better position after two years of efficiency gains. The respondents offered their views on everything from availability of financing to risks to operating in Latin America. Read the report ... view more

Mining Survey 2017 tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining Survey 2017

With a more optimistic outlook for metal prices, financing and spending, respondents to BNamericas' 2017 Mining Survey have sent a clear message: the industry has finally touched bottom. There is still a great deal of uncertainty about 2017, but faith seems to be growing that, while the bottom might extend for several more months, a light has appeared at the end of the tunnel. The perception that... view more

ICT Survey 2017 tipo_prod_name_i

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ICT Survey 2017

The content team at BNamericas receives a lot of press releases, and press stories even, that only give one side of the story: an SDN solution that has generated ROI for a single customer; one supplier's increased sales despite the weak economic environment; successful use of Big Data solutions to target services for a particular client type; etc. Our intention with this survey is to obtain a b... view more

Electric Power Outlook 2017: New Opportunities amid an Uneven Recovery tipo_prod_name_i

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Electric Power Outlook 2017: New Opportunities amid an Uneven Recovery

Most outlooks cautiously predict that economies in Latin America and the Caribbean will begin to gradually pick up in 2017. This should provide a boost to electricity demand, which closely tracks the region's economic health, but the recovery is likely to be uneven, given that certain countries have fared far worse than others. Even as electricity consumption has cooled off in the last few years,... view more

Latin America Banking Outlook 2017: A Timid Recovery tipo_prod_name_i

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Latin America Banking Outlook 2017: A Timid Recovery

Following a decade of strong economic growth during which Latin American banks rapidly expanded lending to both companies and individuals, the region has faced a market slowdown in recent years. Economic and political crises pushed major markets Brazil and Argentina into recession in 2016, while the fall in global commodities prices has negatively affected raw materials exporters such as Chile, ... view more

Will the New Government in Peru Provide Anticipated Boost to Transport PPPs? tipo_prod_name_i

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Will the New Government in Peru Provide Anticipated Boost to Transport PPPs?

Peru's new president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, has pledged to speed up investment in transport infrastructure in order to boost the country's economy. The government has set a goal of growing at least 5% in the coming years. The incorporation of private capital through public-private partnerships (PPP) is key to hitting infrastructure goals, as this report details.... view more

Voluntary Retirement Savings Key to Combating LatAm Pension Crisis tipo_prod_name_i

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Voluntary Retirement Savings Key to Combating LatAm Pension Crisis

Pension systems in Latin America are mired in a severe crisis. Both public and individual capitalization, or defined contribution, systems have failed to respond to the effects of demographic changes and the large informal labor market in Latin America. The result is low pensions and a smaller number of over 65s receiving a pension at all, which has sparked protests and mounting criticism in many... view more

Peru's Telecom Vision Takes Shape tipo_prod_name_i

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Peru's Telecom Vision Takes Shape

Peru has an ambitious national backbone program (RDNFO) that reached a major milestone in July this year. The country can now focus on the next phase, building capillarity off this backbone into provincial cities. Furthermore, the long-term vision built into this program means the new President, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, can dedicate planning efforts more to content and services. The first step in... view more

Mining in Brazil: New Government Aims to Spur Investment tipo_prod_name_i

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Mining in Brazil: New Government Aims to Spur Investment

Things are looking up for Brazil's mining industry. Iron ore and other metal prices have risen in 2016 and a level of stability is returning to the country now that Michel Temer has officially taken over the presidency. The new government is keen to reform the mining framework and in the meantime, attract investment with bidding processes - a new way of doing things in the country's mining sector... view more

Unconventional Resources Give Life to Hydrocarbons in Chile tipo_prod_name_i

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Unconventional Resources Give Life to Hydrocarbons in Chile

The Chilean oil and gas industry is entering a new phase. State oil firm Enap is developing unconventional hydrocarbon reserves in the south of Chile along with new partners with extensive experience in the field. Read the report to understand the state of E&P in Chile.... view more

Chile's Concessions Model Losing its Shine tipo_prod_name_i

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Chile's Concessions Model Losing its Shine

Reforms that are yet to materialize and a shortage of projects are making Chile less attractive compared with neighbors in the region that in recent years have made large strides in developing PPP institutions, especially Peru, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil. The PPP or concessions portfolio for transport projects in Chile needs updating, and there has been a failure to identify new areas. Read this... view more

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