BMI View: Growth in Colombia's food and drink industry will slow over 2016 due to weakened consumer
purchasing power. Elevated inflation, currency depreciation and weak labour dynamics will continue to
constrain household spending growth over our forecast period. Risi ..."
BMI View: Rising health-consciousness, an expanding middle class and greater dynamism in the beer
sector present strong growth opportunities in Colombia's food and drink industry. Constrained real private
consumption growth, on the back of rising unemployment and weak ..."
BMI View: The impact of lower oil prices has hurt our outlook for headline food and drink sales in
Colombia, as consumer confidence, unemployment and elevated inflation will lead to a slowdown in 2016 in
growth. One of the sectors to watch during the year will be the ..."
BMI View: The impact of lower oil prices on Colombia's revenue will continue to affect our consumer
outlook over the coming quarters. Faltering consumer confidence and the uptick in unemployment will
weigh on private consumption growth. Combined will elevated inflatio ..."
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BMI View: Our real private consumption growth forecasts remain unchanged since last quarter, at 3.9% in
2015 and 3.7% in 2016. Earlier this year, we downgraded our growth forecast, as we expect lower global
oil prices to negatively affect GDP growth over the coming ye ..."
BMI View: We have downgraded our real private consumption growth forecast to 3.9% in 2015 and 3.7%
in 2016, down from 4.5% and 4.7% previously, as lower global oil prices will negatively affect GDP growth
over the coming years. The weak performance of the hydrocarbon ..."
BMI View: We now forecast real private consumption to expand by 4.5% in 2015 and 4.7% in 2016, down
from 4.8% in 2014, on the back of falling global oil prices. Nonetheless, employment opportunities will
continue to improve on the back of reforms to address the countr ..."
BMI View: We forecast that a continued decline in unemployment levels and rising access to credit will
support strong ongoing real private consumption growth in 2015. Despite the country's fairly inflexible and
costly labour market, the lack of bureaucracy involved in ..."
BMI View: Investor interest in Colombia has picked up in recent years, with key examples including the
move by Portugal's leading food retailer, Jerónimo Martins, to target Colombia ahead of other countries
such as Argentina and Brazil. We forecast strong real private ..."