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Industry Trend Analysis - Latin America Construction Growth Recovery Shifted To 2018 - NOV 2017

Americas October 2017 / Latin America / Industry

Latin America's construction industry will see a third straight year of contraction in 2017 and weak growth in 2018 as corruption allegations, elevated political uncertainty and only a gradual recovery of global oil prices weighed on growth last quarter for a number of the region's major markets including Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and Chile.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Asia Infrastructure: South Asian, Mekong Markets To Be Top Performers - NOV 2017

Asia Pacific October 2017 / Asia / Industry

With a mix of rapidly growing frontier markets and stable developed economies, Asia's infrastructure industry is the second-largest globally in terms of value, and will be the third-fastest growing over our 10-year forecast period. Markets in South Asia and the Mekong Delta, in particular, will be the top performers in terms of growth.

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Industry Trend Analysis - CEE Infrastructure: Non-EU Markets Offer Heightened Rewards - NOV 2017

Europe October 2017 / Europe / Industry

Higher than expected construction sector growth in select markets has lifted the overall RRI score the Central and Eastern Europe slightly higher in Q4 17, with the region retaining its rank above Sub-Saharan Africa and below the Middle East and North Africa. A lower than average reward profile combined with better than average risk dynamics will ensure that CEE remains middle of the road on a global basis in the coming years.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Economic Diversification Drives GCC Port Infrastructure Growth - NOV 2017

Middle East & Africa October 2017 / Middle East / Industry

Investment into port infrastructure will form an increasingly important means of facilitating economic diversification in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries over the coming years, as they seek to mitigate the effects of low hydrocarbon prices and boost their appeal as logistical and trading hubs.

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