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Region: Africa
Category: Consumer Goods

Africa Consumer Goods

(2379 reports matching your criteria)
  • Zambia Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... of a large segment of the population. Furthermore, rising food priceinflation poses a risk to consumer purchasing power. Looking ahead, we expect to see a normalisation in weather conditions in2020 and an improvement in economic ... Read More

  • Gabon Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... of inequality and unemployment combinedwith oil wealth significantly enlarging GDP per capita does place a ceiling on growth. However, low inflation and stable economicgrowth will provide some breathing room for consumers over the short term. Read More

  • Egypt Tourism Q4 2019

    ... geopolitical tensions, high-profile terror attacks and a weakdomestic political outlook. Strong levels of government support, global brand building efforts, sectoral reform and infrastructureinvestment are all beginning to yield dividends as European holidaymakers resurface with growing ... Read More

  • Kenya Tourism Q4 2019

    ... remain a government priority, despite rising criticisms andinternational scrutiny. The significant expansion of the domestic hydropower sector, the Boten-Vientiane Railway and tourism-related infrastructure will be the notable drivers of growth, with China maintaining its role ... Read More

  • Egypt Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... that will increase device affordability andcreate a larger addressable market, which will be a powerful trend because, with the exception of featurephones, there isconsiderable scope for increases in device penetration rates over 2019-2023. The domestic ... Read More

  • Tanzania Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... impact on the incomes agricultural workers whoform a large segment of the working population. We believe that lower food yields will result in increased food prices over thecoming quarters, resulting in lower consumer purchasing power. Read More

  • Ethiopia Tourism Q4 2019

    ... Tourism Q4 2019 Key View: The outlook for the Ethiopian tourism industry is positive, but we note that the market is at an embryonic stage ofdevelopment and growth will remain threatened by heightened political risk. Read More

  • Zimbabwe Tourism Q4 2019

    ... a change in leadership, the industry is now graduallyentering a new phase of growth in the aftermath of the Mugabe regime. The reform agenda promises a new beginning and theopportunity to unlock the organic growth ... Read More

  • Lodging in Kenya

    ... brand new Hilton Garden Inn and Double Tree by Hilton hotels in the city during 2018, 2019 has seen the opening of numerous hotels under international brands such as Hyatt Hotels, Radisson Group and Mövenpick ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Kenya

    ... stimulate growth in intermediaries online sales, with increasing numbers of Kenyan travel agencies engaging in digital marketing and e-commerce. In particular, the proliferation of smartphones among the Kenyan population is stimulating higher demand for m-commerce. ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Kenya

    ... Kenya’s ongoing visa facilitation strategy, which has been underway for some time already. December 2017 for instance saw the implementation of a visa on arrival scheme for the citizens of all African countries. The forecast ... Read More

  • Travel in Kenya

    ... the country and the development of digital marketing and e-commerce all supporting positive growth across the travel industry in 2019. In particular, Kenyan Airways continued to widen access to the country during the year with ... Read More

  • Airlines in Egypt

    ... and Aeronautics is therefore putting its efforts and resources into improving the country’s existing airports and increasing their capacity to facilitate more tourists. This includes improving operational facilities such as increasing the number of terminals, ... Read More

  • Home Video in South Africa

    ... true cinematic feel at home, which facilitates high-quality stay-at-home entertainment. For example, Hisense has launched a new flagship 65-inch smart TV, with a built-in soundbar and high-quality resolution. Although this model targets high-income households, other ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in South Africa

    ... as opposed to purchasing cameras and other imaging devices. There are several reasons for this, including tighter economic conditions, technological development and the importance of social media in the lives of consumers. Given the low-growth ... Read More

  • Lodging in Egypt

    ... with strong interest and investment from foreign players is expected to see lodging record further strong growth over the forecast period. Euromonitor International's Lodging in Egypt report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and ... Read More

  • Travel in Egypt

    ... and security in the country. There has also been a rethink of Egypt’s tourism strategy, with a focus on new source markets; regaining the confidence of lost markets through negotiating with countries to remove travel ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Egypt

    ... which were negatively impacted during the years of economic downturn and political unrest that resulted in low tourist turnover. The preservation of these sites has traditionally been supported by revenue from entrance tickets, thus low ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in South Africa

    ... category’s improved performance - consumers increasingly demand devices that suit their fast-paced lifestyles, which can track workouts in the gym and receive message and calendar notifications linked to their smartphones. As smart watch penetration is ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in South Africa

    ... gain market share from their competitors. Furthermore, given weak economic performance, manufacturers continue to innovate to increase product variety, to cater to as wide a consumer base as possible. The trend towards multifunctional devices, led ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in South Africa

    ... threatened by the emergence of wireless speakers, as consumers prefer to connect their smartphones and tablets to wireless speakers. Furthermore, rising smartphone penetration is hampering demand for portable players such as iPods, which were responsible ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Egypt

    ... Saudi Arabia and Egypt for the development of the Red Sea Island and Neom project, which include the linking of resorts in Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada to the transnational city, Neom in Saudi Arabia. Saudi ... Read More

  • South Africa Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... the medium term on the back of strongereconomic growth and a strengthening rand. This will lift spending in South Africa's challenging consumer electronics market, owingto increased purchasing power and demand for imported computer hardware and ... Read More

  • Ghana Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... to be supported by rising disposable incomes and improved access to credit owing to the historically low key policy rate.Furthermore, inflation is trending lower which bodes well for consumer purchasing power over the coming quarters. Read More

  • Namibia Tourism Q4 2019

    ... over the coming years. A series of structural constraints such asinfrastructure and flight networks will limit market dynamics out to 2023. That said, we are optimistic that the growing Europeansafari tourists will continue to visit ... Read More

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