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BMI View: Over the course of 2016, we anticipate fairly healthy growth at Peru's two largest ports with the
outperformer, in tonnage terms, set to be the port of Callao (4.24% y-o-y gains), ahead of the port of Paita
(2.70%). With prices for commodities low, this will ..."
BMI View: Throughput volumes at Venezuela's two largest ports will continue to fall in 2016, although we
do forecast an improvement on the larger falls of 2015. The country is facing a further year of recession.
The shipping industry will be affected by extremely high ..."
BMI View: Our outlook for the Argentinian port sector is continuing to look better than it has been for
some time. In 2016, we forecast growth, albeit modestly, both in tonnage and throughput volumes at several
of the country's maritime facilities. Weaker private cons ..."
BMI View: The healthy level of growth seen at Colombia's main ports in 2015 is a trend we anticipate to
continue over not only the short but medium term. Short-term growth will be stymied slightly, however, by
slowing growth in Colombia, which will affect domestic dem ..."
BMI View: Steady economic growth is translating into throughput growth at Peru's major ports. While
higher domestic demand is driving imports, improved relations and connectivity with major trade partners
are resulting in higher export volumes. Infrastructure investme ..."
BMI View: Although we expect to see total trade growth fall by 8.12% in 2015, Brazil's top export product,
iron ore, is set to grow in 2015-2019, reaching 461mnt in 2019, providing momentum for the country's
shipping industry as a result. Leading the way in year-on-ye ..."
BMI View: The strong growth registered across Colombia's main ports in 2014 is set to continue over the
course of 2015. The largest port in the country at Cartagena is set to see the largest rate of year-on-year (yo-
y) tonnage throughput growth in 2015, with healthy ..."
BMI View: Our outlook for the Argentine port sector is rosier than it has been for the last several years.
Following years of successive contractions in tonnage and throughput volumes at several of the country's
maritime facilities, this year should see a modest retur ..."
BMI maintains its positive outlook on Peru's shipping and port sector. Economic growth in Peru will
improve modestly in 2015, driven by a recovery in the construction sector following a sharp deceleration in
2014. However, ongoing weakness in the mining sector will en ..."