Latin America Infrastructure Report Q3 2017
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BMI View: Latin America's construction sector will emerge from recession in 2017, albeit at a slower pace
than previously expected. With private investment crucial to growth recovery, the slower pace of investor
commitments has pushed back the acceleration of growth into 2018.
Latin America Infrastructure Forecast
its position as the lowest growth regional globally. Growth of 0.7% is now expected in 2017, compared to
2.3% anticipated in September 2016.
with a contraction of 11.6% now expected. The country's economic crisis continues to deepen cementing
its position as lowest growth market in Latin America - with an average contraction of -2.3% over the
next five years.
continue to be fiscally constrained. Further cuts to public investment in infrastructure have been
announced over 2017, weighing on our growth outlook.
commodity prices to remain in 2017/18 and only a gradual price appreciation thereafter. As a result, those
countries with the most attractive investment climate will outperform, such as Colombia, Mexico and
over a multi-year horizon Argentina.