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Hungary Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Hungary Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

Following a year in which we saw increasing volumes across the whole of the Hungary's freight transport
sector, 2015 will signal further growth in line with the country's improving economic outlook, with one of
the freight modes recovering to its pre-downturn levels.
Total trade is projected to pick up with our Country Risk desk forecasting a y-o-y increase of 4.21% in 2015
following an estimated growth of 6.24% in 2014.
Road freight is to continue to dominate the sector and is projected to grow by 2.5% in 2015. To the end of

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Lithuania Freight Transport Report 2015

Lithuania Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

The escalating trade war between Russia and the EU prompted us to revise down our forecast for growth in
Lithuania for 2014. Growth will accelerate in 2015, as geopolitical tensions in the region disperse, trade
restrictions get lifted, and overall external demand improves. However, with the situation in the region far
from certain, Lithuania's freight industry may well bear the brunt of any further tensions should exports
drop as a result.
Our expectation for a slowdown in Lithuanian economic growth appears to be materialising. The main

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Panama Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Panama Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

The growth picture across Panama's freight mix is set to follow a broadly similar pattern to the previous 12
months. Slowing growth will temper Panama's fiscal consolidation efforts in the coming years, ensuring the
country fails to meet its fiscal deficit targets. This will prompt a modest deterioration in the country's debt
metrics and see investor sentiment toward the country cool, which should not bode particularly well for
Panama's freight industry. That said, the Panama Canal development is relatively well insulated from

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Qatar Freight Transport Report 2015

Qatar Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

The Qatari shipping sector continues to be dominated by the export of the country's key commodity, natural
gas, through the export terminal of Ras Laffan. Much of this is transported by national carrier Nakilat.
However, the country aims to increase its container and dry bulk shipping presence as well through the
development of the New Doha port, which is being developed to focus on capturing some lucrative
transhipment trade.
The country is not only investing in its ports. There are also significant developments in road and rail, not

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Venezuela Freight Transport Report 2015

Venezuela Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

BMI envisages very low cargo volume growth in 2015, due to a standstill economy and a number of
industry-specific problems. The freight transport sector faces ongoing concerns about the lack of sustainable
import demand and slowing oil exports. Chronic mismanagement of the country's port facilities since they
were nationalised in 2009 has damaged their international reputation and their profit-making capabilities.
We do not expect any significant recouping of lost throughput levels over the medium term. Over a longer

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Slovenia Freight Transport Report 2015

Slovenia Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
We anticipate year-on-year (y-o-y) improvements across the board in the Slovenian freight transport mix in 2015, which mirrors the upgraded growth estimate and forecast for the economy as a whole in 2014 and 2015 respectively. This growth will be built on the back of stronger than expected exports, as well as early indications that household consumption is finally recovering. Nonetheless, a considerable corporate debt overhang and government austerity plans will cap the overall pace of real GDP growth.
 
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Colombia Freight Transport Report 2015

Colombia Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Growth across the Colombian freight mix is set to remain relatively strong in 2015. This trend follows the news that Colombia's real GDP growth is poised for a robust expansion in the coming quarters, though cooling slightly from the 5.4% year-on-year (y-o-y) growth recorded in H1 2014. However, while Colombia will continue to outpace much of the rest of Latin America in the coming quarters, this will be in the context of modestly slowing real GDP growth.
 
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Spain Freight Transport Report 2015

Spain Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
The worst is over for the Spanish economy, and consequently its freight sector. Following years of contraction across freight modes, there were signs of recovery in 2014, and we expect volumes to continue on this upward trend in 2015. We caution however that the freight sector remains overly reliant on export demand, particularly from Spain's main eurozone partners, many of which are not in rude health themselves.
 

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Egypt Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Egypt Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Political uncertainty will continue to affect the Egyptian economy in 2015 as the country continues through its rocky transitional period towards democracy. However, the election of former Field Marshal Sisi to presidency following elections at the end of May 2014 will serve to reduce political risk and will introduce a measure of stability not seen since the ousting of President Mubarak in 2011.
 
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United Arab Emirates Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

United Arab Emirates Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
The UAE is expected to continue to see strong growth in 2015 across all of its freight modes. The country is rapidly developing one of the world's top logistics markets through investments in ports, airports, rail and free trade zones. These are utilised by the country's air freight and logistics companies, which are becoming a familiar presence throughout the world, serving the globe from their UAE hubs.
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France Freight Transport Report 2015

France Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
The French freight transport sector remains dogged by structural issues in its labour market and the uncompetitive nature in exports. Meanwhile, the French economy continues to lag behind the rest of the eurozone despite its regional peers showing signs of protracted recovery. As a result we have revised down our outlook for the country's freight transport sector over 2015, predicting positive but subdued growth across modes.
 
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Germany Freight Transport Report 2015

Germany Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Following a year in which we saw increasing volumes across the whole of Germany's freight transport sector, BMI believes 2015 will see further growth. Total trade is projected to pick up with our Country Risk team forecasting a y-o-y increase of 1.35% in 2015, following an estimated growth at the same rate in 2014. Road freight is set to continue to dominate the sector and is projected to grow by 2% in 2015.
 
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Italy Freight Transport Report 2015

Italy Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Italy's freight mix is set for a relatively subdued 12 months in 2015 with our revising down of 2014 and 2015's real GDP growth estimate and forecast respectively as the sector's fortunes continue to reflect those of the wider economy. Italy's protracted economic recovery failed to gain traction in H114 and now faces strong headwinds from a weakening regional growth outlook.
 
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Malaysia Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Malaysia Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Activity levels across Malaysia's different freight modes will grow moderately-to-strongly in 2015, generally picking up pace compared to our estimated levels for 2014. As infrastructure investment plans are advancing, Malaysia will be gradually expanding its freight capacity to match. Airfreight, potentially affected by the crisis felt by Malaysia Airlines, will nevertheless notch up growth in the low single digits, while railfreight will do a little better.
 
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Oman Freight Transport Report 2015

Oman Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Volumes handled on Oman's freight transport network are set to enjoy strong growth over the coming years. The sector will benefit not only from a rapidly growing economy, and consumer base, but also from sizeable investment. This will not only benefit the sector directly, through the construction of a new railway line, investment in airports, and new terminals at the country's ports, but will also develop industries heavily reliant on the freight network system.
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Poland Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Poland Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
In 2015 Poland's freight transport sector will experience another year of growth: in most modes it will edge slightly ahead of the pace of expansion experienced in 2014. This will come on the back of slightly faster GDP and trade growth in the country. Some freight modes will have the additional benefit of increases in capacity or extra demand because of Poland's role as a gateway into north-eastern Europe.
 
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Serbia Freight Transport Report 2015

Serbia Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Following a year in which BMI believes saw strong growth across Serbia's freight transport sector, 2015 will signal further growth, albeit more moderate for all freight modes. Total trade is projected to pick up with our Country Risk desk forecasting a y-o-y increase of 7.91% in 2015 following an estimated growth of 6.22% in 2014. Rail freight is to continue to dominate the sector. The sector continues quick recovery of its 2011 and 2007 levels and will be boosted by a large number of railway infrastructure upgrades.
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Slovakia Freight Transport Report 2015

Slovakia Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
In 2015, the growth of 12 months previous in the Slovakian freight sector is set to continue and be built on, following a poor 2013.This is despite the fact that Slovakia's economy faces significant headwinds in H214 (at the time of writing) from waning growth momentum in developed eurozone states, which does pose problems for Slovakia's freight mix going forward into 2015.
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Vietnam Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Vietnam Freight Transport Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014
The Vietnamese economy has gained momentum over recent quarters, growth that we expect to see reflected in the country's freight mix over the short term at least. However, in addition to the fragile banking sector, which is heavily burdened by the high level of non-performing loans, the health of Vietnam's external position has been a concern among investors and multinational companies alike.
 
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Nigeria Freight Transport Report 2015

Nigeria Freight Transport Report 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014
There will be strong growth in freight transport volumes in Nigeria in 2015 and beyond. Strong real GDP growth, increasing demand for consumer goods by an expanding middle class and a growing manufacturing sector will all raise intermodal container volumes. The country's ongoing population growth will power this. The growth in demand is driving investment into the sector, with substantial interest not only in developing new ports and expanding old ones, but also reinvigorating the country's dilapidated rail network.
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