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- Industry forecast: In South America, the market has grown by 6% since 2014 to almost US $550 billion. However, performance is not equally strong across the board. Brazil has been a hotbed of growth, particularly since the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and in the run up to the 2016 Olympic Games. These major sporting events have prompted major growth in the construction industry thanks to large investments in infrastructure, energy, transport, and hospitality. Other small but strong markets in South America include Chile, Panama and Peru. They contribute steadily to growth in the construction industry. Further, our analysts indicate countries like Argentina and Venezuela have huge potential for growth in the next five years. Generally, the construction industry has good prospects for growth in South America.