BMI View: This quarter will be key for Brazil's tourism market, as we expect the bulk of arrivals and
receipts to be centred on the Rio Olympic Games in August. However, after this event we forecast a period
of moderation for the industry, with a post-event lull combi ..."
BMI View: The next quarter will be a key one for Brazil's tourism market, which will expect the bulk of
arrivals and receipts to be centred around the Rio Olympic Games in August. However, after this event we
forecast a period of stagnation for the industry, with a po ..."
BMI View: We expect the tourism industry to perform well in 2016, as international and domestic visitors
flock to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympic Games. However, post-2016 we expect the industry to stagnate, led
by a slowdown in the hotels sector in response to lower d ..."
BMI View: We expect the tourism industry to pick up in 2016, after a sluggish performance in 2015,
following the surge in arrivals for the World Cup in 2014 and the expected influx for the Rio Olympics in
2016. The slowdown in tourist arrivals will be exacerbated by e ..."
BMI View: Brazil is well on track for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, which we expect to result in a surge
of tourist arrivals. There will be a large number of hotel openings ahead of the Games, boosting room
supply, although we expect expansion in the hotel sector to ..."
BMI View: Brazil continues to gear up for the 2016 Olympic Games, although the government is beset by
ongoing corruption scandals and a slowing economy. We expect the slowing economy to affect mainly
domestic tourism, with international tourism continuing to grow stro ..."
BMI View: Brazil's main goal for 2015 is to prepare for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and ensure that
all sites are completed on time. However, in 2015 the country's tourism industry faces domestic economic
uncertainty and a potential slowdown in tourist arrivals from ..."
BMI View: With the World Cup now behind, Brazil is likely to focus on completing planned infrastructure
projects and preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games. However, key challenges for the tourism industry in
2015 include the recession in Brazil and the likely slowdown ..."
BMI View: The successful holding of the FIFA World Cup in June-July this year proved a relief to the
Brazilian authorities and served to promote Brazil as a tourist destination. Despite some infrastructure
problems, we believe that the image of Brazil was largely posi ..."
The Brazil Tourism Report examines the significant long-term potential being offered by the local tourism
industry, especially as the country is to host first the FIFA Football World Cup this year and then the
Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. However, the repo ..."