Jaime Perez-Seoane de Zunzunegui: ALL BLOG POSTS
Promising developments in the energy sector, driven by new projects coming on stream – notably EOG’s Sercan and BP T&T’s Trinidad Onshore Compression and Juniper projects – together with an uptick in exploration activity, may indicate early signs of recovery that could spill over into other sectors of the economy. In Oxford Business Group’s second OBG Business Barometer: T&T CEO Survey, 60.7% of companies said they were likely or very likely to make a capital investment, up from 44% in November 2016, while 57.1% were positive about local business conditions, a marked rise on the 18% reported last year.
Only a few weeks ago Oxford Business Group published an article on the opportunities for agri-businesses in Colombia, and here we are again talking about the prospects for one of Latin America’s fastest-growing sectors.
Our latest OBG Business Barometer: Peru CEO Survey shows solid foundations in a country that needs leadership to invest in innovation. At some point we’ve all heard that Rome was not built in a day. On the contrary, the Roman Empire, like other successful civilisations throughout history, was built slowly, with dedication and rigour. After having read what dozens of top business people think in the Andean country, as I processed the results of the OBG Business Barometer: Peru CEO Survey, I was struck by this lasting comparison: