Brazilian tower market emerging from a period of uncertainty and irrationality

Long term outlook remains positive for CALA’s largest tower market

Read this article to learn:

  • 2015-16: economic turbulence and uncertainty, particularly concerning Oi
  • 2017-18: slow recovery in growth
  • Why the country’s towercos remain optimistic that carriers will eventually invest to close Brazil’s infrastructure gap
  • A return to discipline in the previously irrational Brazilian BTS market
  • Towerco involvement in ground lease buyouts and rooftops in Brazil

Every year over a dozen of the leading stakeholders in the Brazilian tower market convene for their annual roundtable debate at the TowerXchange Meetup Americas. This year’s candid diagnosis acknowledged 2015-16 as slow years for growth, inhibited by uncertainty surrounding the bankruptcy of Oi and an irrational BTS market, while revealing continued optimism about the…

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