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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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Australia Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
We hold a below-consensus view on the short-term outlook for Australia's economy, but see opportunities in the food and drink sector. For example, the country's mass grocery retail sector faces some short-term challenges, but we believe it remains a reasonably attractive proposition for industry pla...
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Bulgaria Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
We are sceptical about the longer-term sustainability of Bulgaria's consumer spending story. It is unclear how the country will be able to maintain its current level of consumption in the face of deteriorating external demand. Once the base effects from the recovery begin to wane, which we expect to...
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Croatia Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
Croatia will remain one of the worst performing EU economies in 2015 and 2016. A lack of sustainable growth drivers will prevent the economic recovery from reaching escape velocity, with slow progress implementing badly needed structural reform likely to continue limiting investment and domestic spe...
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Greece Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
A gradual improvement in household spending will help Greece emerge from depression in 2015 and 2016. But a lack of significant growth drivers means growth rates will remain anaemic over the coming years, with persistently weak eurozone growth posing risks to this already tepid outlook.We expect hou...
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Botswana Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
Botswana, like many of its Sub-Saharan African neighbours, has a promising food and drink sector held back by high risks. The relative appeal of the country is undermined by a poor demographic profile, with a smaller population, especially the all-important youth population, than many of its peers. ...
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Namibia Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
Despite Namibia having a relatively high per capita income of USD5,216 in 2014, the country's income distribution is among the worst in the world. Although we still estimate that around one third of the labour force is unemployed, poverty has been on a downward trend for more than a decade. The Four...
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Mozambique Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: Economic data for Mozambique have been giving off mixed signals over recent months. As wehighlighted in our last piece of analysis on economic activity, results from SABMiller, the biggest brewer,showing that lager volume sales declined by 2.0% in year-on-year (y-o-y) terms in the final three ...
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Zambia Food and Drink Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
We maintain an optimistic outlook for the country's food and drink industry over our forecast period. With expectations for strong economic growth, a favourable demographic profile and a gradually emerging middle class, Zambia remains one of the most attractive investment destinations in the region....
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Zimbabwe Food and Drink Report

20 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Zimbabwe's food and drink industry will continue to decline due to soft domestic demand, food shortages and a booming informal food and drink sector. We do not expect to see a recovery in Zimbabwe's food and drink industry over our forecast period as the country continues to navi...
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India Food and Drink Report

20 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Over the long-term, India offers one of the most attractive consumer bases globally, benefitting from a large and young population, rapid urbanisation and rising incomes. This will drive consumption of processed food, as well as soft and alcoholic beverages. Nevertheless, severe ope...
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Ireland Food and Drink Report

20 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Private consumption will continue playing an increasing role driving growth over the coming years as Ireland builds on its spectacular 2015 growth, outperforming the eurozone in 2016 and 2017. The Food & Drink market will benefit from positive spillovers from this trajectory, and ...
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Italy Food and Drink Report

20 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: Our consumer outlook for Italy will continue to brighten over the next quarters, with household spending supported by low inflation levels and employment growth. As a result, sales of food and drink will return to positive territory. Nonetheless, we caution that growth across the sec...
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Belarus Food and Drink Report

20 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: The Belarusian food and drink industry will grow at constrained rates as economic conditions remain dire in the country. Household consumption will remain weak as consumer purchasing power is eroded by rising inflation, currency devaluations and the escalation of wage arrears. Headline...
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Poland Food and Drink Report

20 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: We forecast positive growth in Poland's food and drink industry, with food consumption growth remaining strong over our five year forecast to 2019. Investment from multinationals in the industry will be fuelled by positive growth in the country's macroeconomic conditions. Russia's b...
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Slovakia Food and Drink Report

20 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
BMI View: We forecast Slovak real GDP to expand by 3.1% and 3.2% in 2015 and 2016 respectively, with domestic demand being the engine of growth. Slovakia's food and drink industry will continue to grow at modest rates. Growth will be facilitated by declining food prices, the introduction of red...
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