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Africa Heavy Industry

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  • 2018 Africa Agrochemicals Market: Activities and Strategies of Leading Suppliers

    ... significant competitor information, analysis and insight, critical to the development and implementation of effective marketing and R&D programs for the African market. The companies analyzed in this report include Adama, BASF, Bayer, Dow, DuPont, FMC, ... Read More

  • Ethiopia Autos Q1 2019

    ... retain the view that Egypt will face growing production deficitsin grains and meat, while the dairy sector will benefit from sustained private investment. Leading up to 2022, an expandingpopulation and rising disposable incomes will support ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Power Q1 2019

    ... generation. Below-average rainfall caused by an ElNiño weather event will place downward pressure on hydropower in 2019, as the government works to avoid water shortages.However, a return to normal rainfall levels towards the end of ... Read More

  • Angola Power Q1 2019

    ... to robust economic growth from 2017 - alongside a stable fiscal situation andexpectations the currency will strengthen - feed into quite bullish forecasts on the market, particularly for the non-life sector.Morocco's life sector still has ... Read More

  • Morocco Autos Q1 2019

    Morocco Autos Q1 2019 Key View: For 2019, we are forecasting 4.3% growth in new vehicle sales, with commercial vehicle (CV) sales (+8%) to outperformpassenger vehicle (PV) sales (+4%). Read More

  • Mozambique Power Q1 2019

    ... Maputo gas-fired power plant is completed. This bearish outlook is due tofinancing and logistical issues causing delays at planned projects. Hydropower will remain the country's dominant source ofelectricity generation, which will leave the country vulnerable ... Read More

  • Namibia Autos Q1 2019

    ... vehicle sales to expand by a mere 2.4% in 2019, followed by averageannual growth of 4.0% over the remainder of our 2019-2027 forecast period to reach a period high of just over 16,500 units soldannually. Read More

  • Tanzania Autos Q1 2019

    ... expect growth passenger car sales to be supported by robust privateconsumption,while the CV segment will continue to benefit from a packed infrastructure project pipeline.That said, we expect risingfuel prices to act as a drag to ... Read More

  • Angola Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... back of the strengthening oil price and forthcoming Chinese funding. Limited scope for policy reform andthe high risk to participation in the market remain chief deterrents to investors, particularly in the country's oil infrastructure sector. Read More

  • Botswana Mining Q1 2019

    ... Botswana's mining industry will see steady value growth as government efforts to diversify away from the diamondsector encourages foreign investment, particularly coal projects. Nevertheless, diamonds will still dominate the mining industry for awhile to come. Read More

  • Botswana Power Q1 2019

    ... in the pipeline but are at the preliminaryplanning stage. Without significant investment in new power-generating capacity, the country will remain vulnerable to shortagesowing to a lack of domestic supply. Continued dependence on imports will see ... Read More

  • Gabon Autos Q1 2019

    ... though this remains one of the smallest markets regionally. While poor publicspending capacity remains a limiting factor, the use of the PPP model will create an avenue for growth, particularly where backed byoverseas development funding. Read More

  • Kenya Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... View: Private consumption remains the Kenyan economy's predominant segment, with growth forecast to outperform overthe medium term. Favourable labour market dynamics are pushing up wages, while inflation has remained stable enough not toharm spending power. Read More

  • Mozambique Mining Q1 2019

    ... hindered by high unemployment rates as well as extensiveinformal employment, limited household income rates and inflationary headwinds. While these challenges will all persist over thecoming years, a more stable economic platform and the prospect of ... Read More

  • Rwanda Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... 2018. Our longstanding view that fossilfuels will remain prevalent in the country's power mix is fully in line with the energy strategy, as it is our expectation that support tonew renewable capacity schemes will moderate. ... Read More

  • Algeria Petrochemicals Q1 2019

    ... pricing. Greater utilisation of LPG and more favourableterms for the foreign partner has enticed investment. Given past failures to kick-start the development of downstream sectors, thisis a significant step forward although we caution that given ... Read More

  • Angola Mining Q1 2019

    ... seen it take a proactive approach to stimulating the miningsector, which has included introducing new mining regulation and fostering a favourable climate for foreign investors as well asartisanal mining. Currently, activity is predominantly focused on ... Read More

  • Chad Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... Key View: Crude production will fall throughout our forecast as steep decline rates take their toll. New investment in Chad'sreservoirs is threatened by the recent dispute between the largest producer, ExxonMobil, and the Chadian government. Read More

  • Kenya Autos Q1 2019

    ... the exception of wheat. Despite COMESA granting another extension to the sugarimport safeguard out to 2021, which will provide a short-term boost, we expect the country's sugar sector to remain regionallyinefficient and to post very ... Read More

  • Morocco Renewables Q1 2019

    ... for pharmaceutical products. In addition, Mexico has beenexperiencing an epidemiological transition, from communicable diseases to chronic degenerative diseases which continues to fuelopportunities for drugmakers. However, increasing cost-containment measures and a weak regulatory environment threatensdrugmaker opportunities. Read More

  • Uganda Autos Q1 2019

    ... our forecasts for steady growth in food and drink salesand while inflationary pressures remain a concern, population growth, a return to positive trends in the tourism sector and ongoingurbanisation all bode well for the market. Read More

  • Ghana Mining Q1 2019

    ... market because of PC saturation and pressure on enterprise infrastructuredemand as firms migrate to the cloud. Germany is also an important regional centre for the IT industry through its position inintegrated circuits and software production ... Read More

  • Utilities in South Africa

    ... leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the South Africa utilities market. Includes market size and segmentation data, textual and graphical ... Read More

  • Smart Mining Opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2018

    ... within the mining processes. Research Highlights The study starts off by analyzing the smart mining practices globally, more specifically amongst the developed countries where the consolidation phase in the mining sector demands different approaches to ... Read More

  • Cameroon Autos Q1 2019

    ... vehicles sales in the county over our2019-2027 forecast period. We believe that this robust growth expected in Cameroon's consumer market will lead to a 6.8%increase in passenger vehicle sales in 2019. Thereafter, we expect average ... Read More

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