BMI View: A robust project pipeline across energy, water, transport, residential and social infrastructure
supports our highly positive outlook for Chile's construction sector, in 2016 and throughout the ten-year
forecast period to 2025. The government is highly suppo ..."
BMI View: In the medium-long term, Argentina's infrastructure sector should enjoy increased private
investment amid an improving business environment in light of new president Mauricio Macri's probusiness
stance. Meanwhile, Chinese and Russian backing of major project ..."
BMI View: We hold a positive outlook for Peru's construction industry, with significant public and private
investment in a number of sectors driving forward a recovery in the market from 2016 onwards. There are
some potential headwinds to growth, including frequent de ..."
BMI View: PPPs will be the major driver for infrastructure construction growth over the coming years, as
the Colombian government has been widely successful in attracting private sector capital, especially into
the 4G Highway Concession Programme. Additional capital f ..."
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: Additional financing availability on the back of new infrastructure funds that are supported by
international development institutions will be instrumental in the implementation of Colombia's ambitious
project pipeline. In light of low commodity prices, dive ..."
BMI View: Ecuador's infrastructure development will slow considerably over the next five years as the
country faces the widest budget deficit in decades, mainly due to the sustained low oil price. The
government's push for PPPs will be critical to maintaining growth i ..."
BMI View: We maintain our positive outlook for Chile's construction sector in 2016 as oil prices remain
low and the country's macroeconomics strengthen. Growth in the industry will be driven primarily by
investment in power plants and road infrastructure projects, wit ..."
BMI View: Private investment in Argentina's infrastructure sector should increase and the business
environment should improve now Mauricio Macri's centre-right government is in power. Meanwhile,
Chinese and Russian backing of major projects, particularly in the energy ..."
BMI View: We expect the Peruvian construction industry to recover in 2016, following a severe contraction
in 2016 as a number of key transport and energy projects move forward. Over the longer term, a robust
project pipeline, high infrastructure demand and strong poli ..."