Region: Africa
Category: Business Services & Administration

Africa Business Services & Administration

(464 reports matching your criteria)
  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Cameroon

    ... by the agricultural and services sectors, while the industrial sector had a more modest showing. In terms of 2022, elevated commodity prices, caused by the conflict in Eastern Europe’s impact on global supply chains, will ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Rwanda

    ... 7.9% y-o-y in Q1 2022. The slowdown came as a result of lower growth in the agricultural sector (0.7% y-o-y), while the expansion in the services sector eased from 14.5% y-o-y in Q4 2021 to ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Africa - Egypt

    ... the first wave of Covid-19 hit the country). Firms cited mounting inflationary pressures as the primary driver of declining consumer demand. Although easing somewhat from 13.5% y-o-y in May, the headline inflation figure for June ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Namibia

    ... Covid-19 restrictions and an uptick in mining production have spurred a delayed economic recovery over the past 12 months; however, we expect economic growth will decelerate gradually from the robust pace set in Q1 as ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Ethiopia

    ... inkling of hope for an improvement in prospects. Ethiopia's new securities exchange will support local business expansions, deepen market development, and enhance its privatisation agenda. We expect GDP growth to ease from 5.6% in 2021 ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - South Africa

    ... will not be repeated in Q2. Moreover, recent high frequency data points to a slowdown in economic activity in Q2. Record-high fuel prices will increasingly stifle economic activity in H2, with low-income households in particular ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Mauritius

    ... politics has become more frequent. On April 22, violent riots broke out after days of peaceful demonstrations against the rising prices of basic commodities, notably fuel. Arbitrary arrests, roadblocks, and the use of tear gas ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Mozambique

    ... from elevated global energy prices via increased exports of coal and natural gas, although higher inflation will constrain consumer spending. Rapidly rising US interest rates and recession fears have been a blow to metal prices ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Africa - Tunisia

    ... Russia's invasion of Ukraine is threatening Tunisia's food security and President Kaïs Saïed's continued power grab is being met with increased opposition. We expect GDP growth to ease this year, projected at 2.4% for 2022. Read More

  • Fidelity Life Assurance of Zimbabwe Ltd - Strategy, SWOT and Corporate Finance Report

    ... and information. The report covers the company's structure, operation, SWOT analysis, product and service offerings and corporate actions, providing a 360˚ view of the company. Key Highlights Fidelity Life Assurance of Zimbabwe Ltd (Fidelity Life ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Cape Verde

    ... nations, GDP is yet to reach pre-pandemic levels. Increased public spending and strong growth in construction activity were the main drivers behind this recovery, with the tourism sector showing a disappointing recovery. This year looks ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Ghana

    ... expansion was mostly driven by the tertiary sector, while the primary sector delivered a solid, albeit more modest performance. The secondary sector contracted once more as mining activity remained weak. We expect real GDP growth ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Senegal

    ... will be exacerbated by a surge in consumer price inflation. Recently announced government support measures will cushion this blow somewhat. The commencement of hydrocarbon production is expected to push GDP growth to 6.5% next year. Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Eswatini

    ... structural and socio-political risks are being compounded by higher inflation imported via South Africa amid Russia's war in Ukraine. This, coupled with rising interest rates, will further restrain economic development in the impoverished country. Moreover, ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Angola

    ... price, which is boosting government revenues, the ramp-up in production from oil project start-ups, and increased investment in the energy sector, such as new oil fields and oil refineries. Upward adjustments to our oil price ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Burkina Faso

    ... front, financial support from the international community has dried up because of the suspension from Ecowas. Economic growth is expected to drop from 5.0% in 2021 to 3.7% this year, before trending between 4% p.a. ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Congo Republic

    ... from the significant rise in international oil prices. Oil prices have breached the $120pb barrier as Russia's invasion of Ukraine spooked global energy markets with Western nations imposing sanctions on the Russian economy. However, a ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Botswana

    ... of 2022 amid slower growth in China and despite US sanctions against Russian diamonds. A steep rise in domestic inflation will also constrain consumer spending and retail growth this year. Furthermore, last year's stellar economic ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Sierra Leone

    ... warring nations, while elevated extractive sector commodity prices and higher output should lift exports, bolster economic activity, and raise FX inflows. Nevertheless, higher commodity prices will increase imports and weaken the current accounts, while a ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Kenya

    ... prices and have aggravated supply chain disruptions. This has led to a slowdown in business activity and a spike in consumer price inflation – in fact, food price inflation hit double-digits in April. The East ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Africa - Egypt

    ... Al-Said, real GDP growth came in just above 5.0% y-o-y in Q1 2022, while the economy is expected to expand by around 6.2% y-o-y in the 2021/22 fiscal year (FY, ending in June). While these ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Côte d'Ivoire

    ... accelerated to 6.5% in 2021. The secondary and tertiary sectors were the two main drivers behind this expansion, while the primary sector delivered a softer, albeit still solid, performance. While our assessment of Côte d’Ivoire ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Niger

    ... oil pipeline. But there are significant downside risks relating to security and the climate. Security risk in the region is causing an influx of refugees from Nigeria, Mali, and Burkina Faso - placing strain on ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Zimbabwe

    ... to 2.6% in 2022. Expectations of weaker demand from key trading partners pose a downside risk to Zimbabwe’s economic outlook, but elevated mineral prices should be supportive of Zimbabwean exports. However, the more pressing concern ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Africa - Morocco

    ... goods has been felt. With considerable downside risk to economic activity, we have revised our real GDP growth forecast downwards to 0.8% this year, from 3.2% in the February forecast round. Following a q-o-q decline ... Read More

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