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Brazil Economic Outlook, First Quarter 2018

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The economy has recovered faster than expected in 2017. Taking this and the improvements in the global environment into account, we revised our growth forecasts upwards. We expect that, after growing 1.0% in 2017, GDP will grow 2.1% in 2018 and 3.0% in 2019. However, the materialization of political and fiscal risks could bring the recovery process to an end.

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China | One Belt One Road – What’s in it for Latin America?

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In this watch, we examine China-Latin America economic ties and explore ways to deepen integration between the two under the One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative. Our analysis also includes the use of Big Data to measure media coverage and sentiment on news related to OBOR and Chinese infrastructure investments in Latin America.

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Presentation Colombia Outlook. First Quarter 2018

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Economic recovery in Colombia will consolidate in 2018, especially in the second semester. Inflation will continue to decelerate in 2018 closing at 3,1%. The Central Bank will be able to reduce interest rates in the first half of 2018 to 4,0%. Structural imbalances continue to adjust, though in the fiscal front there are some challenges in 2019.

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Colombia Economic Outlook. First quarter 2018

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Higher oil prices and a more robust world growth contribute to the recovery cycle of the Colombian economy in 2018 and 2019. Inflation will continue decelerating, allowing the Central Bank to reduce their policy rate in 2018. Structural imbalances continue to adjust, even though the fiscal balance will face some challenges in 2019.

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Peru | Real Estate Outlook 2017

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Apartments sales in Lima was reactivated in 2017 after a period of uncertainty related to the general elections, especially since the third quarter, when the economy began to show some signs of recovery. However, according to the number of purchase searches carried out on the internet, sales would moderate in 2018.

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Peru | Advances in digitalisation

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Peru is still lagging behind the region in the process of digitalisation. However, there have been advances such as the increased use of the internet by families, a reduction in the concentration of companies offering internet services and improvements in infrastructure. Going forward, it is anticipated that these favourable trends will continue.

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