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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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Libya Food and Drink Report

25 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: The Libyan food and drink industry will continue to suffer from worsening political instabilityand severe government spending cuts. The dire humanitarian situation will also contribute to shrinkingprivate consumption growth. While we predict that the Libyan economy will return to growth in 201...
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Chile Food and Drink Report

25 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: We maintain a positive outlook for Chile's food and drink industry as its food consumption isexpected to expand by 5.9% year-on-year in 2015 and maintain a slightly higher compound annual growthrate of 6.6% till the end of our forecast period in 2019. Consumption will be driven by the graduall...
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Brazil Food and Drink Report

25 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
We forecast real private consumption growth at 1.3% in Brazil, down from 1.5% in 2014 and 2.6% in 2013,on the back of anaemic GDP growth. A less favourable external environment in light of an ongoingslowdown in Chinese growth, a poor domestic business environment and lack of export competitivenesspo...
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Tunisia Food and Drink Report

25 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: We forecast GDP growth to accelerate to 3.9% in 2015 and 4.2% in 2016, from 2.3% in 2014,as the stabilisation of the political situation results in renewed business and consumer confidence.Reflecting improving consumer confidence and higher GDP growth, we expect private consumption toaccelerat...
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Nordics Food and Drink Report

25 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: The Nordics consumer outlook remains gloomy, as the countries are expected to feel thenegative effects of the slowdown in Russia and the eurozone. In 2015, real GDP growth in each country isnot expected to exceed 2.4%. Heavy household debt loads will continue to curb private consumption inDenm...
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United Arab Emirates Food and Drink Report

25 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: We maintain our bullish outlook on the UAE's economy, even with weaker oil prices. Consumerand business sentiment remains positive, underlining our particularly upbeat views on householdconsumption and fixed investment over the coming quarters. Following estimated real GDP growth of 3.9%in 201...
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Germany Food and Drink Report

25 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: We have downgraded our outlook for Germany's food and drink sector on account of subduedprivate consumption, weak exports and a protracted economic slowdown. Between 2014 and 2019, totalfood consumption is forecast to expand by a compound annual growth rate of 3.6%. However, risks lie tothe do...
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Gabon Food and Drink Report

18 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
President Ali Bongo has proved to be a much more active economic reformer than his father, working hardto court foreign investors into Gabon and diversify the economy away from stagnating oil production. Hehas invested in infrastructure, brought in foreign experts and launched an ambitious programme...
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Cote d'Ivoire Food and Drink Report

18 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
Côte d'Ivoire is among Sub-Saharan Africa's fastest-growing economies, supporting our view that thecountry's food, beverage and retail sectors have a very positive medium-term outlook. Over our five-yearforecast period, an advantageous domestic demographic picture and the highly underdeveloped natur...
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Bahrain Food and Drink Report

18 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: Despite some downside risks, we maintain our positive outlook on food consumption growth inBahrain throughout the forecast period. We forecast food consumption growth in local currency termsreaching 5.7%, down from 6.6% in 2014, supported as it is by strong growth in the mass grocery retailsec...
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Kenya Food and Drink Report

18 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
The outlook for Kenya's food and drink industry continues to be positive, with strong growth expected overthe short-to-medium term. The success of premium-chain coffee shops highlights the likelihood thatpremiumisation will play a major part in the growth of many segments of the Kenyan food and drin...
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Kazakhstan Food and Drink Report

18 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: The devaluation of the tenge in early 2014 and elevated consumer price inflation (forecast tostay at over 8% in 2015) will impact on household spending in Kazakhstan. However, private consumptionis set to remain the primary driver of economic growth and this keeps our outlook positive for spen...
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China Food and Drink Report

18 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
Over the next five years, we see three trends in private consumption for the major emerging markets inAsia. China will see some of the fastest growth rates in the region. We forecast average annual real privateconsumption growth of 8.0% over the next five years. These high growth rates chime with th...
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Algeria Food and Drink Report

18 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
View: We project real private consumption growth of 5.0% in 2015, down from an annualised rate of5.5% in 2009-13. While favourable demographics and the state's continuing support to household incomes(through transfers, subsidies, and public sector jobs) will help to prop up consumer goods purchases,...
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Colombia Food and Drink Report

11 Feb 2015  |  Published by:  BMI Food and Drink
We now forecast real private consumption to expand by 4.5% in 2015 and 4.7% in 2016, downfrom 4.8% in 2014, on the back of falling global oil prices. Nonetheless, employment opportunities willcontinue to improve on the back of reforms to address the country's labour market rigidities. Despite thecou...
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