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Latin America - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Forecasts

Press Release   •   Sep 01, 2014 14:43 IST

Sep 1, 2014 : Bharat Book Bureau presents the new report, on "Latin America - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Forecasts”, The LAC region includes a number of emerging markets that offer attractive investment opportunities.

This report is essential reading for those needing high-level strategic information and objective analysis on the telecom sector in the Latin American and Caribbean region. It provides further information on:

-Market and industry analyses, trends and developments;
-Facts, figures, and statistics;
-Government policies and regulatory issues;
-Major players (fixed, mobile and broadband);
-Fixed-line market and infrastructure;
-Broadband market (including ADSL, cable modem, FttH, and WiMAX);
-Internet and VoIP;
-Convergence and triple play solutions;
-Broadcasting (including cable TV, satellite-based TV services, and digital terrestrial TV);
-Mobile market (including 3G, LTE/4G, and mobile broadband);
-Scenario forecasts for the fixed-line, mobile, and broadband markets for the years 2015 and 2020.

Executive Summary

LTE networks spread across Latin America and the Caribbean

This report includes scenario-based forecasting for the fixed-line, mobile and broadband markets in the major Latin American countries. Scenario forecasting presents us with an opportunity to address the market variables and their likely impact on future growth. Essentially, our scenario forecasts provide bands between higher and lower limits within which growth is expected to occur.

Economic background

The 2014 economic outlook for LAC is uninspiring, with GDP forecast to grow by only 2.5%, well behind the projected world average of 3.6%. Although 2015 is expected to be a more favourable year for the region, GDP growth will still be almost one percentage point behind the global average: 3.0% as opposed to the world’s 3.9%. The region’s best performers in 2014/2015 will be Panama, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Colombia, where GDP growth is expected to top 4.5%. Panama outshines every other country in the region, with 7.2% growth forecast for 2014 and 6.9% for 2015.

Investment opportunities

The LAC region includes a number of emerging markets that offer attractive investment opportunities. Conditions vary substantially from country to country. Most governments follow pro-business, pro-growth policies, but a few are less supportive of private enterprise. The most promising telecom markets for prospective investors are mobile telephony, fixed and mobile broadband, and pay TV. Also, several countries are developing ambitious national broadband projects, which require substantial investment.

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