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Region: Africa
Category: Pharmaceuticals

Africa Pharmaceuticals

(307 reports matching your criteria)
  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in Tunisia

    ... provides the latest retail sales data 2012-2016, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. Forecasts to 2021 illustrate how the market is set to change. Product coverage: NRT Gum, NRT Inhalators, NRT Lozenges, NRT ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Tunisia

    ... sales data 2012-2016, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. Forecasts to 2021 illustrate how the market is set to change. Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Tunisia

    ... and push up value sales. The natural living trend is expected to intensify over the forecast period and benefit herbal/traditional products. Tunisian consumers are increasingly focused on health and becoming more likely to research natural ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Tunisia

    ... such ailments is likely to remain extended in order for medication to be covered by health insurance, patients affected by chronic pain are expected to continue to seek other treatments – including, in particular, analgesics ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Tunisia

    ... NRT smoking cessation aids registered moderate growth. Wound care and paediatric cough, cold and allergy remedies saw the weakest performances in 2017. Euromonitor International's Consumer Health in Tunisia report offers a comprehensive guide to the ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Tunisia

    ... salt, and poor in fibre. Stress, physical inactivity, smoking, absence of time for cooking nutritious meals, on-the-go consumption and the popularisation of fast food have spawned malnutrition. The latter phenomenon is set to continue to ... Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Report Q1 2018

    ... universal healthcare will drive demand for prescription medicines, with generic drugmakers the likely beneficiaries. While we hold a more positive long-term outlook for Cote d'Ivoire's potential for pharmaceutical investment, significant market access barriers will need ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Morocco

    ... given the extended flu season, which resulted in higher consumption of systemic analgesics by consumers at the first signs of illness. In addition, rising disposable incomes and self-medication in the country will play a direct ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Morocco

    ... especially in big cities, leading to a considerable increase in disposable incomes. These were factors which led big fast food chains to expand their presence in the country, which ultimately led consumers to rely on ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Morocco

    ... in 2017. A growing number of Moroccan consumers suffer from dry eyes as a consequence of their modern lifestyles, which include prolonged periods spent in front of a computer, driving or working in air-conditioned environments. ... Read More

  • NRT Smoking Cessation Aids in Morocco

    ... high, people who are willing to quit smoking generally tend to do it themselves, without relying on medicinal products or help from a doctor/pharmacist. As well as limited availability and unaffordability, this is also due ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Nigeria

    ... increasing urban population, among whom many work in stressful conditions that lead to headaches and back pains particularly due to frequently spending time in traffic. Growth is further driven by competition, as there is regular ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Nigeria

    ... concern among the working population for eye health as eyes are stressed owing to the long hours people spend working in front of computers and reading. Euromonitor International's Eye Care in Nigeria report offers a ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Morocco

    ... of health amongst the population was shown through relentless campaigns which ultimately encouraged people to look after their health, and gave them a better idea about health risks, and the consequences of leading unhealthy lifestyles. ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Morocco

    ... for cough and cold remedies. On the other hand, rising pollution levels continued to pose a threat to consumers’ health, especially the very young and old. The fact that the government still insists on using ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Morocco

    ... demand for nappy (diaper) rash treatments, due to the extreme and unstable weather conditions. Whilst it is very hot during the summer, it can be very cold during the winter; both of which affect and ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Morocco

    ... than their standard counterparts. Over the years, Moroccan consumers have generally developed a habit of using such products. Furthermore, there is also strong consumer awareness of the benefits of different herbs, which presents advantages to ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Morocco

    ... in the country. On the one hand, the time people spend outside their homes during weekdays is increasing, due to ever growing congestion. On the other hand, the increasing cost of living, which is reflected ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Nigeria

    ... for packaged medicines. The urban population is living increasingly working in stressful jobs, and leading stressful lives, in congested urban areas. This raises demand for various convenient medications such as analgesics, digestive remedies, wound care, ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Nigeria

    ... areas where air pollution from eg car exhaust fumes and factories contribute to the need for such remedies. With urban population growth expected to be steady over the forecast period, the scope for sales growth ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Nigeria

    ... supermarkets, which stock more sophisticated dermatological products, eg medicated shampoos. Some products are generally considered essential and their sales are growing fast, in line with the Nigerian urban population. For example, antifungals – both topical ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Nigeria

    ... the forecast period. Rising income, irregular eating habits and marketing activities are also expected to drive sales of digestive remedies over the forecast period. There continues to be serious concerns in the country as to ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Kenya

    ... solution for a wider range of pain relief. To promote growth, manufacturers will continue to position their products as offering multiple relief from various ailments to encourage product purchase and consumption, with the shift away ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Kenya

    ... a proliferation of food outlets to cater to the busy working class population, with supermarkets tapping into this market by offering in-house eateries and catering for late-night working consumers.BRBREuromonitor International's Digestive Remedies in Kenya report ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Kenya

    ... doctor recommendations for herbal products, has promoted consumer confidence, thus fuelling value and volume growth.BRBREuromonitor International's Herbal/Traditional in Kenya report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national ... Read More

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