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U.S. | Auto sales: a look under the hood

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Both secular and cyclical factors are behind the current slowdown in auto sales. We expect auto sales to fall below 17 million units in 2017. The decline in demand could prompt a significant adjustment in the auto industry

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U.S. | Weekly podcast: auto and housing industries

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Weekly economic update focusing on the major economic indicators to be released the week of March 20, 2017. Special topic: the U.S. auto industry

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U.S. | Auto industry chartbook (March 2017)

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Solid employment growth, stable gasoline prices and low interest rates contributed to robust vehicle sales through the end of 2016. Demand continues to be biased towards light-trucks and away from cars. Auto lending remains healthy, but this could be impacted by future interest rate hikes.

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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook

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Vehicle sales remain robust due to solid employment growth, low gasoline prices and low interest rates. Leasing continues to be an increasingly preferred form of financing, especially for luxury vehicles. Potential of tax cuts under new administration should help boost auto sales, but this could be offset by the impact of higher interest rates.

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U.S. | Auto Industry Chartbook

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Robust demand for light weight vehicles driven by low interest rates, low energy prices, and improving job prospects.

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Colombia | Automotive Outlook 2015.

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Car sales are expected to slow down to 290,000 and 305,000 units in 2015 and 2016, respectively, with a greater share of local assembled vehicles of total sales. The potential for growth in the sector in the medium term remains unchanged. We forecast an increase in the price of vehicles because of the exchange rate depreciation.

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What will fuel the auto sector in the next ten years?

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The future of the auto industry in the next 10 years lies in responding to the new sociodemographic needs and focusing on growth in the emerging countries. All the automotive industry economic analysis.

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After 20 years of NAFTA, the balance for the Mexican automotive sector has been very positive

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Mexico’s automotive industry has become a competitive platform for exports to the USA and the rest of the world. There are 20 assembly plants (eight more than there were ten years ago) with an annual production capacity of over 3.1 million units and a solid domestic and foreign supply chain

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U.S. Auto Industry Outlook

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The U.S. economy is gaining momentum and auto sales are returning to pre-recession levels. Our forecasts point to 16.3 and 16.6 million new units sold in 2014 and 2015, respectively. The auto industry will continue to be shaped by changes in consumer preferences, new technologies and regulation.

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Argentina: The challenge of competitiveness

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The automotive sector has driven manufacturing competitiveness since 2002, but there are questions about the future of Argentine competitiveness

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Colombia. Automotive Outlook 2013

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Colombia’s automotive sector is far from reaching saturation levels as ownership remains below Latin America’s average. We expect vehicle sales to continue above 300,000 per year in 2014 and 2015

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Colombia. Automotive Outlook 2013

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Colombia’s automotive sector is far from reaching saturation levels as ownership remains below Latin America’s average. We expect vehicle sales to continue above 300,000 per year in 2014 and 2015

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Automobile Market Outlook Chile 2013

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New car sales in 2013 will exceed expectations and hit a record high of 367,000 units. For 2014, figures will be similar to last year, at around 365,000 units.

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Automobile Market Outlook Chile 2013

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New car sales in 2013 will exceed expectations and hit a record high of 367,000 units. For 2014, figures will be similar to last year, at around 365,000 units.

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U.S. Auto Industry Chartbook Fourth Quarter 2013

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Pent-up demand supports vehicle sales in the short-run

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Panama Automobile Market Outlook 2013

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In 2013 and 2014, 52,800 and 54,420 new vehicles will be sold, respectively.

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Panama Automobile Market Outlook 2013

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In 2013 and 2014, 52,800 and 54,420 new vehicles will be sold, respectively.

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Uruguay Automobile Market Outlook 2013

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Vehicle sales reached a new record in 2012 with growth of 3.4% thanks to the increase in real family income

Geographies:Uruguay

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Uruguay Automobile Market Outlook 2013

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Vehicle sales reached a new record in 2012 with growth of 3.4% thanks to the increase in real family income

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Chile Automobile Market Outlook 2012

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New vehicle sales rose 1.4% in 2012, despite the negative forecasts. We expect that the favorable performance in key factors for car sales should lead to 357 thousand units being sold in 2013.

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