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Mining And Domestic Demand Will Support Growth

Botswana will experience an uptick in economic growth over 2017 as output in the extractive sector returns to positive growth. Stable inflation and low interest rates, compared to recent years, will provide a boost to private consumption over the...

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Loan Growth Faces Long-Term Constraints

Sub-Saharan Africa will see loan growth accelerate modestly in the year ahead as rising economic activity bolsters consumer and business confidence and improving asset quality boosts banks' willingness to lend. That said, loan growth will remain...

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Market Disruption: Big Firms Fight Back Through Services

In industries including autos, healthcare, telecoms and utilities, market disruption will encourage established players to diversify away from their traditional core product lines. Investment into services that complement core products will be a...

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PSA's Return Lifting Car Production Forecast

Following PSA Group's announcement that it will return to the Indian market by 2020, we are revising up our passenger car production forecast to annual average growth of 8.0% over our 2020-2021 forecast period, up from a previously forecasted growth...

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Socioeconomic Dynamics Will Continue To Drive Obesity

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is in the midst of an obesity epidemic. Lifestyle and cultural dynamics mark root causes for the significant rise in obesity throughout the region, highlighted by the exacerbation of gender disparities...

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Quick View: CBRT Hike Not Enough To Boost Lira

On January 24 the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT)'s monetary policy committee kept the overnight borrowing rate and one-week repo rate on hold at 7.25% and 8.00% respectively, confounding consensus expectations for a hike. However, in...

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Fiscal Consolidation Measures To Narrow Deficit

Fiscal consolidation measures will lead to a reduction in Jordan's budget deficit over the coming quarters. Government debt levels will peak in 2017, as ongoing reforms facilitate a gradual reduction in the public debt-to-GDP ratio from 2018 onwards.

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Recovery Gathering Steam, But Longer-Term Headwinds Remain

Russia's economy will see a modest recovery over the next two years, owing to higher oil prices, stronger consumer demand and improving macroeconomic fundamentals. In the longer term, the lack of impetus for structural reforms aimed at reducing the...

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