BMI View: Brazil's construction industry will remain in recession in 2016 and return only to weak growth
in 2017. Major structural changes to infrastructure policies under interim President Michel Temer have the
potential to improve the investment environment over the ..."
BMI View: Brazil's construction sector remains in a state of flux, with the recession expected to persist in
2016 as tenders are delayed, companies face a high cost of capital, the public sector remains in gridlock.
The recession will ease as the government filters fu ..."
BMI View: Brazil's construction sector will remain in recession in 2016 as the direct and indirect
implications of Operation Lava Jato weigh on the industry. With contracting effectively halted and existing
projects in a state of flux whilst the investigation is ongoi ..."
Skid-steer loaders used to perform a variety of tasks in the construction industry, such as digging and lifting. They can be easily fitted with a variety of attachments to perform different tasks on construction sites. They are highly maneuverable because of their compact size ..."
In real terms, the Brazilian construction industry's output value contracted in between 2013-2014.
This decline was mainly due to a large budget deficit and the implications of Operation Lava Jato, implemented to control the country's ..."
BMI View: Government budget cuts and the ongoing implications of Operation Lava Jato have seen us
downgrade growth for Brazil's construction sector and we now anticipate a recession in 2015 and 2016.
The BRL169bn logistics investment programme (PIL) will provide limit ..."
Elevators and escalators help move people and goods easily and efficiently within a building's premises. They are installed in commercial buildings, residential buildings, mixed-used buildings, IT parks, hotels, restaurants, and retail outlets. They are also installed in parki ..."
BMI View: Government budget cuts and the ongoing implications of Operation Lava Jato have seen
downgrade growth for Brazil's construction sector, and we now anticipate a recession in 2015 and 2016.
The new BRL169bn logistics investment programme (PIL) will provide lim ..."
BMI View: We have downgraded our construction industry value growth forecast for 2015 as a result of
the ongoing Lava Jato corruption scandal. There is strong potential for infrastructure projects to be
impacted by cashflow shortages at contractors and thus we have do ..."
BMI View: Brazil's construction sector saw an overall contraction in 2014, as the industry suffered from a
subdued domestic economy, an uncertain political environment in the run up to the Presidential elections in
October 2014 and a drop-off in demand in the wake of the FIFA W ..."