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Africa Business Services & Administration

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  • Cameroon: In-depth PEST insights

    ...trend analysis. Synopsis Understand the political system in Cameroon through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. Understand the economic situation in Cameroon through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. Understand ... Read More

  • Morocco: In-depth PEST insights

    ...trend analysis. Synopsis Understand the political system in Morocco through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. Understand the economic situation in Morocco through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. Understand ... Read More

  • Kenya Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...positive story, the economyis largely well placed to meet these challenges. Kenya’s substantial fiscal deficit will begin to narrow over comingquarters as the government moves away from the rapid spendinggrowth and a notable increase in ... Read More

  • Namibia Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...household indebtedness will limitgrowth in private consumption. The Bank of Namibia will keep its repo rate steady at 7.0% in 2017as inflationary pressures ease, albeit gradually, and growth picksup substantially over 2017. While inflation has ... Read More

  • Niger Country Risk Report 2017

    ...in a meaningfullyimproved standard of living for the average Nigerien. Rapid population growth in Niger will keep the risks of humanitariancrises and instability elevated for the foreseeable future as efforts toreduce the high fertility rate ... Read More

  • Malawi Country Risk Report 2017

    ...will keep inflation elevated and thecurrency weak. Economic growth in Malawi will tick upwards in the years ahead asthe agricultural sector recovers from recent droughts. We forecasteconomic growth to average 4.3% per year over our ... Read More

  • Senegal and Gambia Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...economic activity, althoughpolitical risk will remain a concern. Some of the optimism surrounding the change of government inThe Gambia will wane over the next several months as the realityof administrating sinks in. President Barrow will ... Read More

  • South Africa Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...pooroperating environment will be a continued headwind to investment. We believe that the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) will keepthe policy rate on hold at 7.00% through end-2017. With inflationpoised to come within the upper ... Read More

  • Cameroon Country Risk Report Q3 2017

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  • Cote d'Ivoire Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...consumption. Subdued cocoa revenues coupled with significant infrastructureinvestment will lead to a wider Ivorian deficit in 2017. Although thegovernment will likely borrow more in order to fund this deficit, we donot expect that the resulting ... Read More

  • Algeria and Libya Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...Fiscal deficits will remain wide over the coming quarters as weakenergy prices and political sensitivities limit efforts to raise governmentrevenues and cut spending. Foreign reserves will continue to declinerapidly and Algeria's reliance on borrowing will ... Read More

  • Guinea Country Risk Report 2017

    ...in the years ahead as increasing food supplytempers food price inflation. Furthermore, the Banque Centralede la République de Guinée's decision to improve exchange rateflexibility will limit excessive inflation as currency adjustments occurat more gradual pace, ... Read More

  • Morocco Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...West Africa, aswell as relative security compared to the rest of the MENA region,will bode well for Morocco's underlying growth momentum in thenext few years. The all-important agricultural sector will neverthelessremain exposed to unpredictable weather ... Read More

  • Nigeria Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...to ongoing structural impediments, not least continuedmanipulation of the currency and a risk of oil infrastructure sabotagein the Niger Delta. We no longer expect a major devaluation to the official exchange ratein Nigeria this year, ... Read More

  • Egypt Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...but with further reforms likely to keepconsumption subdued, we expect that it will remain weak even asprivate investment enjoys significant gains. Thereafter we anticipatethat headline growth will accelerate, rising to 4.1% in 2019 and4.2% in ... Read More

  • Mauritius Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...treaty with India will weigh on the finance, tourism andmanufacturing sectors, although construction will grow strongly. In2018, we expect growth will remain fairly sluggish owing to a numberof political constraints on the country, external and ... Read More

  • Sudan and South Sudan Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...longer-term outlook, with most economicbenefits to come in 2018 and thereafter. The resumption of peace talks between the Sudanese governmentand armed groups will present an upside risk to the political outlook. Progress in peace talks ... Read More

  • Tunisia Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...2017 draft budget, such as theintroduction of new taxes, an increase in the VAT rate and a freezeon public sector wages. As such, the budget deficit will remain wayabove sustainable levels, at 5.4% of GDP ... Read More

  • Uganda Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...will increase over the coming quartersowing to higher capital expenditure outlays. While this will lead toa moderate increase in the public debt burden, it will nonethelessremain largely sustainable. The Bank of Uganda will keep the ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...Increasing agricultural output will offer a modest boost to governmentrevenues in Zimbabwe over 2017. However, the country's fiscalposition will remain constrained by limited recourse to credit andthe government's need to finance election spending and securityduring ... Read More

  • Togo Country Risk Report 2017

    ...and government consumption and investment willplay less of a role. Overall we are forecasting average real GDPgrowth of 4.6% over the coming decade. Government debt will fall as a proportion of GDP over the next ... Read More

  • Botswana Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...the vote as the BDP attempts to shore up support. Botswana's economy will grow robustly over the next two yearsas the mining sector recovers and the government embarks on aninfrastructure investment program. Strong growth in ... Read More

  • Gabon and Rep. Congo Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...assistance,offsetting some headwinds to growth. Nonetheless, the government will be forced to cut expenditures overthe coming year in order to narrow its wide fiscal deficit and rebuildits sovereign credentials. Politically, opposition to President Sassou Nguesso's ... Read More

  • Rwanda Country Risk Report Q3 2017

    ...that this progress is largelyreliant on his policies, it would be vulnerable were he to unexpectedlyleave power early. Growth will slow in 2017 compared to recent years as the economyadjusts to sizeable external imbalances. However, ... Read More

  • Libya: In-depth PEST insights

    ...trend analysis. Synopsis Understand the political system in Libya through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. Understand the economic situation in Libya through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. Understand ... Read More

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