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BMI Food and Drink is a leading print and online publisher of specialist business information on global emerging markets. Our range of daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly services covers political risk, finance, macroeconomic performance, outlook and forecast, industry sectors and the business operating environment. BMI also publishes directories and CD-ROMs profiling multinational companies active in emerging markets.

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Bahrain Food and Drink Report

18 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Bahrain's food and drink industry benefits from a positive consumer outlook with the increase in disposable incomes and growing expatriate population. Food consumption will be buoyant over our forecast period to 2020, which will boost the growth in the MGR sector as demand for organi...
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United Arab Emirates Food and Drink Report

18 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: The UAE's consumer outlook remains bright despite slowing economic growth in 2016. The country's large high-income consumer base will drive consumer spending, and the tourism and construction sector will bolster consumer confidence. The MGR segment will benefit from growing demand fo...
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Nigeria Food and Drink Report

18 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Despite a weak economic and consumer outlook, Nigeria's food and drink industry will grow over 2016. Over our forecast period, economically priced products will outperform as strained consumers trade down price points to mitigate rising costs. Favourable demographics and a sizeable m...
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Nordics Food and Drink Report

11 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: A consumer base with some of the strongest purchasing power in the world, combined with a favourable business and regulatory environment, will continue to be an attractive characteristic for food and drink companies operating in Scandinavia. That said, market concentration and a weak...
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Cameroon Food and Drink Report

11 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: We hold a positive consumer outlook for Cameroon as private consumption will be a key driver of economic growth, which is set to be a regional outperformer. The food and drink industry will be a significant benefactor from strong private consumption growth as consumers increase per ...
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Gabon Food and Drink Report

11 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: The food and drink industry will see strong growth over 2016, growth being driven by premiumisation. High urbanisation rates and an expanding tourism sector will support premiumisationdriven growth throughout our forecast period. A large youth population and improving logistics netwo...
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Namibia Food and Drink Report

11 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: We maintain a positive outlook for Namibia's food and drink industry owing to the country's well-developed market that will drive investment. The stability of the political and economic environment will make Namibia an attractive regional market. The gradual rise in inflation will lo...
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Botswana Food and Drink Report

04 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Botswana's food and drink industry will experience positive yet modest growth in 2016 as the country's economic conditions gradually improve from the 2015 downturn. Rising household spending will support the growth in the industry, with alcohol sales seeing a significant uptick led b...
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Angola Food and Drink Report

04 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Angola's food and drink industry will contract over 2016 due to a weak economy, weak investment climate and rising inflation. Consumers will remain price sensitive over 2016, which will drive growth in economically priced segments. Over the long term, Angola's food and drink industry...
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Cote d'Ivoire Food and Drink Report

04 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: We hold a positive outlook for the Ivorian consumer, underpinned by Côte d'Ivoire's economic expansion, which is one of the strongest in the region. Low inflation, rising disposable incomes and favourable demographics will be the key drivers of growth in the food and drink industry o...
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Australia Food and Drink Report

04 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Food and drink sales will experience robust growth throughout our forecast period to 2020, especially given the sector's existing level of development. The adoption of healthier lifestyles will be a main driver of long-term change in the sector, translating into growth opportunities ...
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Zambia Food and Drink Report

04 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Zambia's high inflation will restrict consumer spending, with growth largely supported by spending on essential products. The alcohol industry will experience a gradual decline in consumption on the back of a high excise duty, while the food industry continues to be depressed by ongo...
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Bulgaria Food and Drink Report

04 May 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Increased household spending and strong private consumption in 2016 will translate into opportunities for the food and drink industry, though headline spending levels are still below what they were before the recession. Value will continue to be important, whereas the market is not r...
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Colombia Food and Drink Report

27 Apr 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Rising health-consciousness, an expanding middle class and greater dynamism in the beer sector present strong growth opportunities in Colombia's food and drink industry. Constrained real private consumption growth, on the back of rising unemployment and weakening consumer purchasing ...
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Croatia Food and Drink Report

27 Apr 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Croatia's food and drink sector will gradually recover in 2016 and beyond, as domestic demand picks up following several years of contraction. While households will remain highly price-conscious throughout our forecast period, the strong performance of the tourism industry will bring...
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