Mega Trends in LATAM, Forecast to 2025

Mega Trends in LATAM, Forecast to 2025

Resurgence of the Next-generation Continent through Economic Growth Supported by Digital Inclusion and Technology Innovation

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15-Feb-2017
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Latin America
Research Code: K015-01-00-00-00
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Most of the economies of LATAM are dependent on external forces such as the Chinese and the US economy, global commodity, and oil prices. With the slightest fluctuations in these economies, LATAM economies will be impacted the most. In the past years, LATAM had been sluggish in growth, due to falling commodity prices and oil price volatility.

After years of economic contraction, LATAM has seen gradual return of growth, supported by a gradual stabilization in commodities prices, along with reinforcement the US and the Eurozone economy. In the next decade, LATAM will see huge growth in digital inclusion, urbanization, cities creating economy as big as countries, upsurge of middle income class and growth of the affluent class, declining dependency ratio, advancement of renewable energy capacity, and high adoption of business disruption such as Fintech technology. All these factors will lead to the resurgence of the ‘next-generation’ continent in the next decade.

A strong service sector, steady growth of emerging economies and China's investment aid will help in the revival of the LATAM economy in the next 10 years. LATAM’s emerging economies such as Panama, Costa Rica, and Dominican Republic will have a positive and steady economic growth in the next decade, when compared to big economies such as Brazil and Mexico. The smartphone technology, satellite technology, energy, retail, and healthcare sectors of the continent have significant growth potential and are likely to drive the economy of the continent by 2025. LATAM’s economic resilience shows the commodity boom, which only explains a part of its broader growth story. As consumerism takes poise, LATAM’s demographic dividend in comparison to regions such as MENA, SSA, and Emerging Europe will be a key decisive factor in attracting global investments and market attention.

Key Topics:

Connectivity Trends: Digital future of LATAM, Internet economy, mobile economy, Big Data analytics market, cyber security market, and digital inclusion in sectors such as agriculture and governance
Retail Trends: B2C online retail market, top online retailers of the region, and future transformational shifts in retailing
Urbanization trends: Mega Cities, Mega Regions, Mega Corridors, and urbanization rate
Smart is the New Green: Smart Cities and IoT Smart Developments
Social Trends: Demographic trends, middle class growth, women empowerment, and income distribution
Economy and Trade: Economic fundamentals of LATAM, foreign direct investments, and Chinese trade and investment in LATAM
Future of Banking: Mobile banking, Fintech technology, micro-finance, and crypto-currencies
Future of Energy Resources: Future energy generation and consumption, renewable energy, power sector growth and investments, renewable small-scale distributed generation industry, and net metering
Future of Healthcare: Healthcare spending, medical tourism, and digital healthcare
Future of Mobility: Vehicle sharing business models—car sharing, ride sharing, ‘on-demand’ mobility, integrated mobility, corporate mobility, city infrastructure investment, and connected cars market

The study’s time frame is from 2015 to 2025.

Key Features:

  • Extensive research covering 14 Mega Trends that would have the most significant impact on LATAM
  • Each Mega Trend further divided into sub-trends to identify region-wise opportunities for investments in various sectors
  • A macro-to-micro analysis to understand the unmet needs or inherent business opportunities in relevant industries

Key issues addressed:

  • What are the major Mega Trends the continent will see in the next 10 years?
  • What would be the impact of these Mega Trends on the economy and businesses of LATAM?
  • Which are the economies in the region that would be the next investment hubs?
  • What are the future prospects of this region that would lead to attract more global investments and market attention?

 


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Table of Contents

‘Next-generation’ Continent—Story of the Next Decade

Key Findings

Digital Future

Mobile Economy

B2C Online Retail Boom

Mega Cities

Mega Regions

Mega Corridors

Smart Cities

Demographic Trends

Middle Bulge—Shaping the Economy

Ageing Population

Economic Fundamentals

China Taking up as Investment Leader in LATAM

Project Bond Model in Infrastructure Funding

FinTech Reinforcements by Next Decade

Future Dynamics of Energy Resources

The Renewable Energy Era

Sharing Economy

Growth of the Power Sector

Healthcare Spending Boom

Digital Healthcare—Million Dollar Industry

New Business Models Reshaping the Mobility Landscape

Future Outlook of Carsharing Market

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Research Background

Research Methodology—From Macro to Micro

Definitions

Connectivity Trends

Digital Future

Mobile Economy

Mobile Broadband and Smartphone Impetus

Satellite Industry Boom

Big Data—Brazil and Mexico Leading the Way

Case Study—Vivo Automacao Vision of a Connected Home

eGovernance—Innovative Governance in Brazil

Socially Active LATAM

Digital Transformation in Agriculture

Cyber Security Trends

B2C Online Retail Boom

Regional Assessment of Future B2C Online Sales

Online Shopping Preferences

Top Online Retailors

Online Retail Evolution

Top Transformational Shifts Expected to Shape the Future of Retailing

Emerging Retail Formats in the Automotive Sector

Brazil Case Study—Fiat Live Store

Urbanisation Trends

Mega Cities

Cities—Mega Economy

Mega Regions

Mega Corridors

Smart Cities

Mexican Smart Cities

Case Study—The Smart Puebla City

Brazilian Smart City Initiatives

Case Study—IBM’s Intelligent Operations Centre

Smart City Initiative—Smart Bus Stops in Curitiba, Brazil

IoT Smart Developments

Smart City Case Study—Buzios Smart City

Social Trends

Demographic Trends

Gen Y Boom in Brazil

Middle Bulge—Shaping the Economy

South America Leading in Middle Class Growth in LATAM

Wealthy Latin Americans

Wealthy Brazilians

Ageing Population

‘She-conomy’ of LATAM

Trends Driving Women Empowerment

Economic Trends

Economic Fundamentals

Services Sector Leading the Economy

Brazilian Growth Prospects—The Largest Economy of LATAM

Game Changers of LATAM

Foreign Direct Investments

China Taking up as Investment Leader in LATAM

Steady in the Race of Global Growth

New Business Models in LATAM

Value for Many—Low-cost Airlines Growth in LATAM

Sharing Economy

Case Study—Afluenta

Granbio—Smart Collaboration in Action

Project Bond Model in Infrastructure Funding

Airport Infrastructure

Brazil to Fight Economic Woes with Infrastructure Plan

Restructuring of Roadways in Brazil

Industry 4.0 Revolution in Mexico

SWOT Analysis for Industry 4.0 in Mexico

Future of Banking

Growth of Mobile Money Services

FinTech Reinforcements by Next Decade

Mexico to be the FinTech Hub of LATAM

Micro-finance—The Next Phase of FinTech

Future of Crypto-currencies

Zero-tillage Farming

Costa Rica to Become First ‘Carbon-neutral’ Country by 2025

Future of Energy Resources

Future Dynamics of Energy Resources

Brazil—The Future Energy Hub of LATAM

The Renewable Energy Era

Dominance of Natural Gas

Growth of the Power Sector

Future Grid Investments

Smart Grid Investments—Technology Spotlight

Microgrids Market Trends

Escalation of Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry

Net Metering in Key Countries—Mexico

Net Metering in Key Countries—Brazil

Opportunities Board by Countries

Future of Healthcare

Healthcare Spending Boom

Brazil as the most Dynamic Healthcare Market in LATAM

Medical Tourism Boom

Digital Healthcare—Million Dollar Industry

Key Mobility Trends and Outlook

Opportunities in Mobility—Beyond the Product, Towards Services

New Business Models Reshaping the Mobility Landscape

Future Outlook of Carsharing Market

Disruptors Offering Consumers with Flexible, ‘On-demand’ Mobility

Vehicle Sharing Business Models—Comparative Market Positioning

Integrated Mobility on the Rise

Corporate Mobility—New Revenue Avenue for the Auto Ecosystem

Transit and City Infrastructure Encouraging New Forms of Mobility

Thriving Connected Cars Market in LATAM

Connected Services Snapshot in LATAM

Re-thinking Automotive with Big Data

Future Opportunities—Functional areas of Connected Car Technology

Opportunities—LATAM on the path to Intelligent Mobility

Resurgence of the ‘Next-generation’ Continent—LATAM in Next 10 Years

LATAM—A ‘Mobile-first’ Continent

LATAM—The Global Urban Leader

LATAM—Prevalence of the Highest Middle Income Class

LATAM—‘Demographic Bonus’ with Declining Dependency Ratio

LATAM—Focus on Renewable Energy Generation

LATAM—Highest Adoption Rate of FinTech

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List of Figures
  • 1. Growth Forecast by Wealth Brackets, Global, 2015–2024
  • 2. Women Empowerment, Brazil, 2015–2025
  • 3. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Installed Capacity by Technology Type, Mexico, 2015
  • 4. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Installed Capacity by Technology Type, Brazil, 2015
  • 5. Opportunities Attractiveness Assessment by Country, LATAM, 2015–2020
  • 6. Connected Services, Key Countries in LATAM, 2023
  • 7. Connected Services Outlook, LATAM, 2023
List of Charts
  • 1. Connectivity Trends, LATAM, 2025
  • 2. Mobile Economy, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 3. Retail Sector, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 4. Mega Cities, LATAM, 2025
  • 5. Mega Regions, LATAM, 2025–2030
  • 6. Mega Corridors, LATAM, 2025
  • 7. Smart City Initiatives, LATAM Cities, 2016
  • 8. Population by Age Group, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 9. Income Pyramid, Latin America, 2015 and 2025
  • 10. Share of Average Annual Household Consumption**, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 11. Population Breakdown by Age Group, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 12. Total Income of People above 60 Years of Age*, LATAM, 2001, 2010, and 2020
  • 13. Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 14. Nominal GDP of Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025
  • 15. Nominal GDP YoY Growth, LATAM, China and India, SSA, and Emerging Nations, 2015–2021
  • 16. Government Lending from China to LATAM, 2012–2015
  • 17. Government Lending from US to LATAM, 2012–2015
  • 18. Top 4 Contributors to Infrastructure Spending, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 19. Top FinTech Markets, LATAM, 2015
  • 20. Energy Mix by Fuel, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 21. Energy Consumption for Top 8 Countries, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 22. Renewable Energy Demand, LATAM, 2025
  • 23. Renewable Energy Capacity Growth, LATAM, 2025
  • 24. Power Capacity by Fuel and Total Power Consumption, Latin America, 2015–2025
  • 25. Healthcare Expenditure, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 26. mHealth Market: Revenue Forecast by Region, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 27. Impact of Digital Healthcare, LATAM, 2020–2025
  • 28. New Business Models in Mobility, LATAM, 2025
  • 29. Carsharing Members and Vehicles by Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025
  • 30. Carsharing Revenue by Top 5 Countries, LATAM,2025
  • 31. Connectivity Trends, LATAM, 2025
  • 32. Mobile Economy, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 33. Mobile Subscriptions by Device, LATAM, 2014–2025
  • 34. Mobile Subscriptions by Technology, LATAM, 2025
  • 35. Mobile Data Traffic, LATAM, 2014–2020
  • 36. Demand for Mobile Broadband, LATAM, 2014–2025
  • 37. Licensed Mobile Spectrum Demand, LATAM, 2013 and 2020
  • 38. Total Satellite Capacity Usage Growth, LATAM, 2009–2020
  • 39. Revenue from Satellite TV, LATAM, 2015 and 2021
  • 40. Big Data and Analytics Market: Revenue Forecast by Country, LATAM, 2016–2022
  • 41. Big Data Market: Market Share, Brazil, 2016
  • 42. Innovative Governance, Brazil, 2015
  • 43. Online Population, Philippines, Thailand, Uruguay, Russia, 2015
  • 44. Cyber Security Market: Revenue Forecast, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 45. Contribution of LATAM in Cyber Security Market, Global, 2015
  • 46. Cost of Cybercrime, Global, 2015
  • 47. Retail Sector, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 48. Online Retail in Top Regions, LATAM, 2025
  • 49. Top Online Retailors by Unique Visitors, LATAM, 2016
  • 50. Five Trends that will have a Significant Impact on LATAM’s Online Retail Market, LATAM, 2025
  • 51. Mega Cities, LATAM, 2025
  • 52. Total Population, 15 Major Cities, LATAM, 2025
  • 53. Mega Regions, LATAM, 2025–2030
  • 54. Mega Corridors, LATAM, 2025
  • 55. Smart City Initiatives, LATAM Cities, 2016
  • 56. Smart Cities, Mexico, 2025
  • 57. Smart City Investments, Puebla City, LATAM, 2025
  • 58. Smart Cities, Brazil, 2025
  • 59. Buzios Smart City, LATAM, 2015
  • 60. Population by Age Group, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 61. Population Breakdown by Age, Brazil, 2015 and 2025
  • 62. Income Pyramid, Latin America, 2015 and 2025
  • 63. Share of Average Annual Household Consumption**, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 64. Population Pyramid, Brazil and Argentina, 2025
  • 65. Middle Class Growth, LATAM, CAGR 2016–2025
  • 66. Wealth Pyramid, Brazil, 2015 and 2020
  • 67. Population Breakdown by Age Group, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 68. Total Income of People above 60 Years of Age*, LATAM, 2001, 2010, and 2020
  • 69. Projected Female Workforce Participation Rate by Region, Global, 2025
  • 70. Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 71. Nominal GDP YoY Growth, LATAM, China and India, SSA, and Emerging Nations, 2015–2021
  • 72. Nominal GDP of Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025
  • 73. Top 5 Countries’ Sectorial Composition of Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2025
  • 74. Sectorial Composition of Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2015–2020
  • 75. Nominal GDP, Brazil, 2015–2025
  • 76. GDP Growth Rate, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 77. FDI—Top 5 Host Economies, LATAM, 2015
  • 78. FDI Inflow and Outflow, LATAM, 2010–2015
  • 79. Government Lending from China to LATAM, 2012–2015
  • 80. Government Lending from US to LATAM, 2012–2015
  • 81. Real GDP Growth, Global, 2015–2025
  • 82. LCC Capacity Share by Carrier, LATAM, 2015–2016
  • 83. Top LCC Markets, LATAM, 2015–2016
  • 84. Top 4 Contributors to Infrastructure Spending, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 85. Major Airport Projects, LATAM, 2016–2030
  • 86. Infrastructure Investment, Brazil, 2015–2030
  • 87. Infrastructure Investment—Roadways, Brazil, 2015–2030
  • 88. Roadmap for Evolution of Industry 4.0, Mexico, 2016–2030
  • 89. SWOT Analysis for INDUSTRY 4.0, Mexico, 2025
  • 90. Banking Population, LATAM, 2015 and 2020
  • 91. Mobile Banking Users, LATAM, 2015 and 2020
  • 92. Mobile Banking Uses, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 93. Top FinTech Markets, LATAM, 2015
  • 94. Growth Forecast for Micro-finance in Top Regions, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 95. Bitcoin Earnings, LATAM, 2015
  • 96. Energy Mix by Fuel, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 97. Energy Consumption for Top 8 Countries, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 98. Total Energy Mix by Fuel Type, Brazil, 2025
  • 99. Total Energy Consumption by Sector, Brazil, 2025
  • 100. Renewable Energy Demand, LATAM, 2025
  • 101. Renewable Energy Capacity Growth, LATAM, 2025
  • 102. Natural Gas Marketed Production, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 103. Natural Gas Gross Production in Top Producing Countries, LATAM, 2025
  • 104. Power Capacity by Fuel and Total Power Consumption, Latin America, 2015–2025
  • 105. Power Grids Industry: Cumulated Investment in T&D Infrastructure, LATAM, 2015–2035
  • 106. Smart Grids Market: Revenue Forecast by Technology, Latin America, 2015 and 2020
  • 107. Smart Grid Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Technology, Latin America, 2015 and 2020
  • 108. Microgrids Market: Revenue Forecast, Latin America, 2015, 2016, and 2020
  • 109. Potential Markets for Distributed Generation Systems, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 110. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Grid-tied Renewable DG Evolution, Mexico, 2012–2020
  • 111. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Grid-tied Renewable DG Evolution, Brazil, 2012–2020
  • 112. Healthcare Expenditure, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 113. Healthcare Financial System, Brazil, 2025
  • 114. Total Pharma Market: Revenue Forecast, Brazil, 2015 and 2025
  • 115. Medical Tourism Hotspots, LATAM, 2015–2025
  • 116. mHealth Market: Revenue Forecast by Region, LATAM, 2015 and 2025
  • 117. Impact of Digital Healthcare, LATAM, 2020–2025
  • 118. Opportunities in Mobility, LATAM, 2025
  • 119. New Business Models in Mobility, LATAM, 2025
  • 120. Carsharing Members and Vehicles by Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025
  • 121. Carsharing Revenue by Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025
  • 122. Mobility Market: On-demand Mobility, LATAM, 2015–2016
  • 123. Vehicle Sharing Business Models, LATAM, 2015
  • 124. Mobility Market: Mobility Integrators, LATAM, 2015–2016
  • 125. Vehicle Fleet Leasing Market: Vehicle Lease Penetration of Vehicles in Operation, Brazil, 2015?2020
  • 126. Bicycle Lanes, Select LATAM Cities, 2015–2016
  • 127. BRT Corridors and Bus Lanes, Select LATAM Cities, 2015–2020
  • 128. Connected Cars Market: Connected Car Volumes Sales, LATAM, 2023
  • 129. Connected Cars Market: Technology Type, LATAM, 2023
  • 130. Connected Cars Market: Connected Services Subscribers, Brazil and Mexico, 2023
  • 131. Big Data in the Automotive Industry, LATAM, 2016–2020
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Most of the economies of LATAM are dependent on external forces such as the Chinese and the US economy, global commodity, and oil prices. With the slightest fluctuations in these economies, LATAM economies will be impacted the most. In the past years, LATAM had been sluggish in growth, due to falling commodity prices and oil price volatility. After years of economic contraction, LATAM has seen gradual return of growth, supported by a gradual stabilization in commodities prices, along with reinforcement the US and the Eurozone economy. In the next decade, LATAM will see huge growth in digital inclusion, urbanization, cities creating economy as big as countries, upsurge of middle income class and growth of the affluent class, declining dependency ratio, advancement of renewable energy capacity, and high adoption of business disruption such as Fintech technology. All these factors will lead to the resurgence of the ‘next-generation’ continent in the next decade. A strong service sector, steady growth of emerging economies and China's investment aid will help in the revival of the LATAM economy in the next 10 years. LATAM’s emerging economies such as Panama, Costa Rica, and Dominican Republic will have a positive and steady economic growth in the next decade, when compared to big economies such as Brazil and Mexico. The smartphone technology, satellite technology, energy, retail, and healthcare sectors of the continent have significant growth potential and are likely to drive the economy of the continent by 2025. LATAM’s economic resilience shows the commodity boom, which only explains a part of its broader growth story. As consumerism takes poise, LATAM’s demographic dividend in comparison to regions such as MENA, SSA, and Emerging Europe will be a key decisive factor in attracting global investments and market attention. Key Questions Addressed: • What are the major Mega Trends the continent will see in the next 10 years? • What would be the impact of these Mega Trend
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || ‘Next-generation’ Continent—Story of the Next Decade~ || Key Findings~ || Digital Future~ || Mobile Economy~ || B2C Online Retail Boom~ || Mega Cities~ || Mega Regions~ || Mega Corridors~ || Smart Cities~ || Demographic Trends~ || Middle Bulge—Shaping the Economy~ || Ageing Population~ || Economic Fundamentals~ || China Taking up as Investment Leader in LATAM~ || Project Bond Model in Infrastructure Funding~ || FinTech Reinforcements by Next Decade~ || Future Dynamics of Energy Resources~ || The Renewable Energy Era~ || Sharing Economy~ || Growth of the Power Sector~ || Healthcare Spending Boom~ || Digital Healthcare—Million Dollar Industry~ || New Business Models Reshaping the Mobility Landscape~ || Future Outlook of Carsharing Market~ | Research Scope, Objectives, and Methodology~ || Research Scope~ || Research Aims and Objectives~ || Research Background~ || Research Methodology—From Macro to Micro~ || Definitions~ | Mega Trend 1—Connectivity and Convergence~ || Connectivity Trends~ || Digital Future~ || Mobile Economy~ || Mobile Broadband and Smartphone Impetus~ || Satellite Industry Boom~ || Big Data—Brazil and Mexico Leading the Way~ || Case Study—Vivo Automacao Vision of a Connected Home~ || eGovernance—Innovative Governance in Brazil~ || Socially Active LATAM~ || Digital Transformation in Agriculture~ || Cyber Security Trends~ | Mega Trend 2—Bricks and Clicks~ || B2C Online Retail Boom~ || Regional Assessment of Future B2C Online Sales~ || Online Shopping Preferences~ || Top Online Retailors~ || Online Retail Evolution~ || Top Transformational Shifts Expected to Shape the Future of Retailing~ || Emerging Retail Formats in the Automotive Sector~ || Brazil Case Study—Fiat Live Store~ | Mega Trend 3—Urbanisation~ || Urbanisation Trends~ || Mega Cities~ || Cities—Mega Economy~ || Mega Regions~ || Mega Corridors~ | Mega Trend 4—Smart is the New Green: Smart Cities~ || Smart Cities~ || Mexican Smart Cities~ || Case Study—The Smart Puebla City~ || Brazilian Smart City Initiatives~ || Case Study—IBM’s Intelligent Operations Centre~ || Smart City Initiative—Smart Bus Stops in Curitiba, Brazil~ || IoT Smart Developments~ || Smart City Case Study—Buzios Smart City~ | Mega Trends 5—Social Trends~ || Social Trends~ || Demographic Trends~ || Gen Y Boom in Brazil~ || Middle Bulge—Shaping the Economy~ || South America Leading in Middle Class Growth in LATAM~ || Wealthy Latin Americans~ || Wealthy Brazilians~ || Ageing Population~ || ‘She-conomy’ of LATAM~ || Trends Driving Women Empowerment~ | Mega Trend 6—Future of Economy and Trade~ || Economic Trends~ || Economic Fundamentals~ || Services Sector Leading the Economy~ || Brazilian Growth Prospects—The Largest Economy of LATAM~ || Game Changers of LATAM~ || Foreign Direct Investments~ || China Taking up as Investment Leader in LATAM~ || Steady in the Race of Global Growth~ | Mega Trend 7—New Business Models~ || New Business Models in LATAM~ || Value for Many—Low-cost Airlines Growth in LATAM~ || Sharing Economy~ || Case Study—Afluenta~ || Granbio—Smart Collaboration in Action~ | Mega Trend 8—Future of Infrastructure~ || Project Bond Model in Infrastructure Funding~ || Airport Infrastructure~ || Brazil to Fight Economic Woes with Infrastructure Plan~ || Restructuring of Roadways in Brazil~ | Mega Trend 9—Future of Industries~ || Industry 4.0 Revolution in Mexico~ || SWOT Analysis for Industry 4.0 in Mexico~ | Mega Trend 10—Future of Banking~ || Future of Banking~ || Growth of Mobile Money Services~ || FinTech Reinforcements by Next Decade~ || Mexico to be the FinTech Hub of LATAM~ || Micro-finance—The Next Phase of FinTech~ || Future of Crypto-currencies~ | Mega Trend 11—Innovating to Zero~ || Zero-tillage Farming~ || Costa Rica to Become First ‘Carbon-neutral’ Country by 2025~ | Mega Trend 12—Future of Energy Resources~ || Future of Energy Resources~ || Future Dynamics of Energy Resources~ || Brazil—The Future Energy Hub of LATAM~ || The Renewable Energy Era~ || Dominance of Natural Gas~ || Growth of the Power Sector~ || Future Grid Investments~ || Smart Grid Investments—Technology Spotlight~ || Microgrids Market Trends~ || Escalation of Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry~ || Net Metering in Key Countries—Mexico~ || Net Metering in Key Countries—Brazil~ || Opportunities Board by Countries~ | Mega Trend 13—Future of Healthcare~ || Future of Healthcare~ || Healthcare Spending Boom~ || Brazil as the most Dynamic Healthcare Market in LATAM~ || Medical Tourism Boom~ || Digital Healthcare—Million Dollar Industry~ | Mega Trend 14—Future of Mobility~ || Key Mobility Trends and Outlook~ || Opportunities in Mobility—Beyond the Product, Towards Services~ || New Business Models Reshaping the Mobility Landscape~ || Future Outlook of Carsharing Market~ || Disruptors Offering Consumers with Flexible, ‘On-demand’ Mobility~ || Vehicle Sharing Business Models—Comparative Market Positioning~ || Integrated Mobility on the Rise~ || Corporate Mobility—New Revenue Avenue for the Auto Ecosystem~ || Transit and City Infrastructure Encouraging New Forms of Mobility~ || Thriving Connected Cars Market in LATAM~ || Connected Services Snapshot in LATAM~ || Re-thinking Automotive with Big Data~ || Future Opportunities—Functional areas of Connected Car Technology~ || Opportunities—LATAM on the path to Intelligent Mobility~ | Conclusions~ || Resurgence of the ‘Next-generation’ Continent—LATAM in Next 10 Years~ || LATAM—A ‘Mobile-first’ Continent~ || LATAM—The Global Urban Leader~ || LATAM—Prevalence of the Highest Middle Income Class~ || LATAM—‘Demographic Bonus’ with Declining Dependency Ratio~ || LATAM—Focus on Renewable Energy Generation~ || LATAM—Highest Adoption Rate of FinTech~ || Legal Disclaimer~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Growth Forecast by Wealth Brackets, Global, 2015–2024~ 2. Women Empowerment, Brazil, 2015–2025~ 3. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Installed Capacity by Technology Type, Mexico, 2015~ 4. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Installed Capacity by Technology Type, Brazil, 2015~ 5. Opportunities Attractiveness Assessment by Country, LATAM, 2015–2020~ 6. Connected Services, Key Countries in LATAM, 2023~ 7. Connected Services Outlook, LATAM, 2023~|~ 1. Connectivity Trends, LATAM, 2025~ 2. Mobile Economy, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 3. Retail Sector, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 4. Mega Cities, LATAM, 2025~ 5. Mega Regions, LATAM, 2025–2030~ 6. Mega Corridors, LATAM, 2025~ 7. Smart City Initiatives, LATAM Cities, 2016~ 8. Population by Age Group, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 9. Income Pyramid, Latin America, 2015 and 2025~ 10. Share of Average Annual Household Consumption**, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 11. Population Breakdown by Age Group, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 12. Total Income of People above 60 Years of Age*, LATAM, 2001, 2010, and 2020~ 13. Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2015–2025~ 14. Nominal GDP of Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025~ 15. Nominal GDP YoY Growth, LATAM, China and India, SSA, and Emerging Nations, 2015–2021 ~ 16. Government Lending from China to LATAM, 2012–2015 ~ 17. Government Lending from US to LATAM, 2012–2015 ~ 18. Top 4 Contributors to Infrastructure Spending, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 19. Top FinTech Markets, LATAM, 2015 ~ 20. Energy Mix by Fuel, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 21. Energy Consumption for Top 8 Countries, LATAM, 2015–2025~ 22. Renewable Energy Demand, LATAM, 2025 ~ 23. Renewable Energy Capacity Growth, LATAM, 2025 ~ 24. Power Capacity by Fuel and Total Power Consumption, Latin America, 2015–2025~ 25. Healthcare Expenditure, LATAM, 2015 and 2025 ~ 26. mHealth Market: Revenue Forecast by Region, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 27. Impact of Digital Healthcare, LATAM, 2020–2025 ~ 28. New Business Models in Mobility, LATAM, 2025~ 29. Carsharing Members and Vehicles by Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025 ~ 30. Carsharing Revenue by Top 5 Countries, LATAM,2025~ 31. Connectivity Trends, LATAM, 2025~ 32. Mobile Economy, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 33. Mobile Subscriptions by Device, LATAM, 2014–2025~ 34. Mobile Subscriptions by Technology, LATAM, 2025~ 35. Mobile Data Traffic, LATAM, 2014–2020~ 36. Demand for Mobile Broadband, LATAM, 2014–2025 ~ 37. Licensed Mobile Spectrum Demand, LATAM, 2013 and 2020~ 38. Total Satellite Capacity Usage Growth, LATAM, 2009–2020~ 39. Revenue from Satellite TV, LATAM, 2015 and 2021 ~ 40. Big Data and Analytics Market: Revenue Forecast by Country, LATAM, 2016–2022 ~ 41. Big Data Market: Market Share, Brazil, 2016~ 42. Innovative Governance, Brazil, 2015 ~ 43. Online Population, Philippines, Thailand, Uruguay, Russia, 2015~ 44. Cyber Security Market: Revenue Forecast, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 45. Contribution of LATAM in Cyber Security Market, Global, 2015 ~ 46. Cost of Cybercrime, Global, 2015~ 47. Retail Sector, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 48. Online Retail in Top Regions, LATAM, 2025~ 49. Top Online Retailors by Unique Visitors, LATAM, 2016~ 50. Five Trends that will have a Significant Impact on LATAM’s Online Retail Market, LATAM, 2025 ~ 51. Mega Cities, LATAM, 2025~ 52. Total Population, 15 Major Cities, LATAM, 2025~ 53. Mega Regions, LATAM, 2025–2030~ 54. Mega Corridors, LATAM, 2025~ 55. Smart City Initiatives, LATAM Cities, 2016~ 56. Smart Cities, Mexico, 2025~ 57. Smart City Investments, Puebla City, LATAM, 2025 ~ 58. Smart Cities, Brazil, 2025~ 59. Buzios Smart City, LATAM, 2015 ~ 60. Population by Age Group, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 61. Population Breakdown by Age, Brazil, 2015 and 2025~ 62. Income Pyramid, Latin America, 2015 and 2025~ 63. Share of Average Annual Household Consumption**, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 64. Population Pyramid, Brazil and Argentina, 2025 ~ 65. Middle Class Growth, LATAM, CAGR 2016–2025~ 66. Wealth Pyramid, Brazil, 2015 and 2020~ 67. Population Breakdown by Age Group, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 68. Total Income of People above 60 Years of Age*, LATAM, 2001, 2010, and 2020~ 69. Projected Female Workforce Participation Rate by Region, Global, 2025~ 70. Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 71. Nominal GDP YoY Growth, LATAM, China and India, SSA, and Emerging Nations, 2015–2021 ~ 72. Nominal GDP of Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025~ 73. Top 5 Countries’ Sectorial Composition of Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2025 ~ 74. Sectorial Composition of Nominal GDP, LATAM, 2015–2020 ~ 75. Nominal GDP, Brazil, 2015–2025~ 76. GDP Growth Rate, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 77. FDI—Top 5 Host Economies, LATAM, 2015~ 78. FDI Inflow and Outflow, LATAM, 2010–2015~ 79. Government Lending from China to LATAM, 2012–2015 ~ 80. Government Lending from US to LATAM, 2012–2015 ~ 81. Real GDP Growth, Global, 2015–2025~ 82. LCC Capacity Share by Carrier, LATAM, 2015–2016 ~ 83. Top LCC Markets, LATAM, 2015–2016 ~ 84. Top 4 Contributors to Infrastructure Spending, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 85. Major Airport Projects, LATAM, 2016–2030~ 86. Infrastructure Investment, Brazil, 2015–2030~ 87. Infrastructure Investment—Roadways, Brazil, 2015–2030~ 88. Roadmap for Evolution of Industry 4.0, Mexico, 2016–2030~ 89. SWOT Analysis for INDUSTRY 4.0, Mexico, 2025~ 90. Banking Population, LATAM, 2015 and 2020~ 91. Mobile Banking Users, LATAM, 2015 and 2020 ~ 92. Mobile Banking Uses, LATAM, 2015 and 2025 ~ 93. Top FinTech Markets, LATAM, 2015 ~ 94. Growth Forecast for Micro-finance in Top Regions, LATAM, 2015–2025~ 95. Bitcoin Earnings, LATAM, 2015 ~ 96. Energy Mix by Fuel, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 97. Energy Consumption for Top 8 Countries, LATAM, 2015–2025~ 98. Total Energy Mix by Fuel Type, Brazil, 2025~ 99. Total Energy Consumption by Sector, Brazil, 2025~ 100. Renewable Energy Demand, LATAM, 2025~ 101. Renewable Energy Capacity Growth, LATAM, 2025 ~ 102. Natural Gas Marketed Production, LATAM, 2015–2025~ 103. Natural Gas Gross Production in Top Producing Countries, LATAM, 2025~ 104. Power Capacity by Fuel and Total Power Consumption, Latin America, 2015–2025~ 105. Power Grids Industry: Cumulated Investment in T&D Infrastructure, LATAM, 2015–2035~ 106. Smart Grids Market: Revenue Forecast by Technology, Latin America, 2015 and 2020~ 107. Smart Grid Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Technology, Latin America, 2015 and 2020~ 108. Microgrids Market: Revenue Forecast, Latin America, 2015, 2016, and 2020~ 109. Potential Markets for Distributed Generation Systems, LATAM, 2015–2025~ 110. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Grid-tied Renewable DG Evolution, Mexico, 2012–2020~ 111. Renewable Small-scale Distributed Generation Industry: Grid-tied Renewable DG Evolution, Brazil, 2012–2020~ 112. Healthcare Expenditure, LATAM, 2015 and 2025 ~ 113. Healthcare Financial System, Brazil, 2025 ~ 114. Total Pharma Market: Revenue Forecast, Brazil, 2015 and 2025 ~ 115. Medical Tourism Hotspots, LATAM, 2015–2025 ~ 116. mHealth Market: Revenue Forecast by Region, LATAM, 2015 and 2025~ 117. Impact of Digital Healthcare, LATAM, 2020–2025 ~ 118. Opportunities in Mobility, LATAM, 2025~ 119. New Business Models in Mobility, LATAM, 2025~ 120. Carsharing Members and Vehicles by Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025 ~ 121. Carsharing Revenue by Top 5 Countries, LATAM, 2025~ 122. Mobility Market: On-demand Mobility, LATAM, 2015–2016 ~ 123. Vehicle Sharing Business Models, LATAM, 2015 ~ 124. Mobility Market: Mobility Integrators, LATAM, 2015–2016~ 125. Vehicle Fleet Leasing Market: Vehicle Lease Penetration of Vehicles in Operation, Brazil, 2015?2020~ 126. Bicycle Lanes, Select LATAM Cities, 2015–2016~ 127. BRT Corridors and Bus Lanes, Select LATAM Cities, 2015–2020~ 128. Connected Cars Market: Connected Car Volumes Sales, LATAM, 2023~ 129. Connected Cars Market: Technology Type, LATAM, 2023~ 130. Connected Cars Market: Connected Services Subscribers, Brazil and Mexico, 2023~ 131. Big Data in the Automotive Industry, LATAM, 2016–2020~
Author Malabika Mandal
Industries Cross Industries
WIP Number K015-01-00-00-00
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