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02 Apr 2018  |  Latin America
Brazil’s ROTA 2030 Plan, Macro-economic Landscape, and Technology Roadmap to Impact Vehicle Pricing by 2023
The Brazilian automotive market has been declining since its historic high in 2012–2013. However, the forecast for 2017–2018 is one of market stability, followed by growth from 2019 onwards. In addition, the market has also experienced macro-economic volatility which has further impacted this decline. Along the same time frame, regulation-drive...
06 Nov 2017  |  Latin America
Infrastructure Investments, Digital Disruption, and New Business Models in Logistics will Drive Improved Operation and Cost Efficiency
The Brazilian economy witnessed a decline in 2015 and 2016. The over-dependence on commodities, the high operating cost, the high inflation, and the low productivity have been challenges in recent years. The sharp slowdown in economic activities has influenced the country's transport and logistics (T&L) sector. Freight transport is heavily dependen...
09 Oct 2017  |  Latin America
Infrastructure Development, Transportation Connectivity, and New Business Models in Warehousing will Improve Efficiency in the Logistics Industry
Argentina´s economic growth is primarily driven by the new government's open economic policies that include fresh trade agreements with several European, Asian, and other G20 nations, which aim to attract FDI by establishing economic, legal, and political framework certainties and benefits. In the same vein, new taxation reforms that eliminate or ...
25 Oct 2011  |  Latin America
Flex fuel vehicles and small cars to drive automotive growth
The Brazilian automotive industry is the sixth largest globally and growth is expected to be consistent driven by domestic demand. Competition in the automotive industry is high and increasing with leading car manufacturers announcing expansion plans with high priority is given for the development of flex fuel vehicles. Strong real affected the dom...
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30 Sep 2011  |  Latin America