BMI View: Deteriorating relations between the EU and Russia, and Russia's subsequent recession, had a
sharp knock-on effect in Latvia's construction industry, which had been performing strongly until 2015. The
next decade will be characterised by muted, but steady gro ..."
BMI View: On the back of deteriorating relations between the EU and Russia over the Ukraine crisis, we
have downgraded our 2015 forecast due to low confidence and poor economic performance limiting
investment. Having said that, 2014 was the third consecutive year of d ..."
BMI View: Although economic fundamentals in Latvia remain fairly supportive, we see only modest
opportunities for growth in the country's construction sector. We anticipate industry growth to slow over
the forecast period, with average year-on-year (y-o-y) growth of 4 ..."
This report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the Latvian construction market, including:
The Latvian construction market’s growth prospects by sector, project type and type of construction activity ..."
BMI View: BMI believe that Latvia's construction sector recovered some of its momentum in 2012, with
strong year-on-year (y-o-y) growth of 18.4% welcome following the steep contraction seen in 2010. The
industry is expected to slow over the forecast period with average y-o-y gr ..."
The port of Riga is set to hold the top position in Latvia's maritime sector in terms of both total tonnage
and container throughput in 2012, after demonstrating robust growth in 2011.
Riga has a strong position to build on in 2012. Its 2011 throughput enabled the facility to r ..."