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16 Dec 2019  |  Latin America
With about 1,000 BEVs and PHEVs in Operation as of 2018, PHEVs are Expected to Lead Market Growth in 2019
The study analyzes and provides growth forecasts for 2025 for the Brazilian electric vehicles market (only PHEVs and BEVs). In Brazil, about 15,000 EV units (about 9,300 PHEVs and 5,800 BEVs) are expected to be commercialized by 2025. This study focuses on vehicle features, technology, infrastructure, brands, models, and new services in the Brazili...
03 Dec 2019  |  Latin America
More than 114.7 Thousand HEVs, 23.3 Thousand BEVs and 20.3 Thousand PHEVs to be Commercialized in 2025
The years 2018–2019 represented an inflection point for the nascent Latin American market of electric vehicles (EVs). Local governments have incorporated into their agenda the notion of "electro-mobility"; utilities companies, amongst other players, are developing charging infrastructure projects across the region; and the number of xEV models ma...
21 Nov 2019  |  Latin America
The World’s Biggest Agreement between Economic Blocs to Boost Trade in Goods and Services with the European Automotive Sector Enjoying a Tax Reduction on Exports to MERCOSUR from 35% to 0%
During the last 20 years, the European Union (EU) and MERCOSUR have been discussing and developing a trade agreement to boost the economies of both blocs. After final approval, this may be the world’s biggest agreement between economic blocs and will have a positive impact on trade of goods and services. Ministries suggest that the agreement will...
08 Oct 2019  |  Latin America
Addressing the Case for Connect Trucks through Fleet Management Systems is Essential to Tackle Pain Points of the Main Industries in the Country
Brazil has a moderately fragmented connected truck market that is served by more than 20 telematics companies, leading OEMs, and over 35 startups that work with commercial trucking and transport and logistics (T&L) industry. The country is going through a challenging period, with the economic recession still impacting truck sales and other industri...
29 Aug 2019  |  Latin America
‘ROTA 2030’ To Revive Brazilian Automotive Industry
The aim of the study is to research, analyze and forecast the movement of Brazilian automotive market based on the prevailing scenario. It also throws light on hot topics such as taxation policy revision and exit and entry of key players. The Brazilian automotive market is currently the 8th largest in the world. Passenger vehicle sales in 2018 wer...
22 Apr 2019  |  Latin America
Customer-centric Automotive Retail Strategies and Innovations Along the Customer Journey in Brazil, 2018–2023
Omnichannel Presence, with a Profitable Mix of New Retail Formats, which Leverages Digital Solutions is Expected to be Central to a Successful Customer Retail Strategy
The automotive retail market in Brazil is at the helm of change and is currently being disrupted by a number of transformative shifts, such as newer dealership formats (pop-up stores, experience outlets, online vehicle commerce, virtual live stores), and omnichannel (online-to-offline customer journeys, digital technologies, newer vehicle financin...
01 Nov 2018  |  Latin America
Digital Allied Services to become a Margin Booster for OEMs by 2025 as the Digital Ecosystem Evolves
Apart from providing a host of key market innovator profiles, this research highlights the opportunities that can be mined with the application of digital transactions in the automotive industry. The study showcases the potential areas for automakers and suppliers for investment and for technology companies to focus on to maximize their revenue pot...
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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...
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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...
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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 ...
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