BMI View: A combination of a still-sluggish economy and a weakening currency will lead to further
challenges for the Kazakh new vehicle sales market in 2016. We are forecasting 2% sales growth for the
sector as a whole, with commercial vehicles set to outperform passe ..."
Following a year that saw increasing volumes across all modes of Kazakhstan's freight transport sector,
BMI believes 2015 will signal further growth in line with the country's macroeconomic outlook.
Total trade is projected to pick up with our Country Risk desk foreca ..."
BMI View: BMI's outlook on auto production and sales in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan remains positive,
despite a slowdown in sales figures in the first eight months of 2014. Both countries boast solid
macroeconomic fundamentals and both are seeing strong demand for cars from their ..."
BMI Industry View
Following a year in which BMI believes saw increasing volumes across all freight modes with some of
them recovering to pre-downturn levels, 2014 will signal further growth for Kazakhstan's freight transport.
Total trade is projected to pick up ..."
BMI View: BMI holds an optimistic outlook on auto production and sales in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
Both countries boast solid macroeconomic fundamentals and both are seeing strong demand for cars from
Turning to production first, Kazakh auto pr ..."
Looking at trends in 2012, vehicle sales for the first nine months totalled 64,909 units, an increase of 123.3% y-o-y. This growth reflects the robust nature of the Kazakh economy (with BMI targeting 5.3% GDP growth for 2012, rising to 5.8% in 2013 on the back of stronger agricul ..."