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Category: Transportation & Shipping

Africa Transportation & Shipping

(712 reports matching your criteria)
  • Cote d'Ivoire Autos Q3 2019

    ... sales outlook for 2019 remains on a solid footing as the country experiences rapideconomic growth driven by economic and political reforms enacted in the aftermath of the 2012 civil war and a large infrastructurespending program. Read More

  • Tanzania Autos Q3 2019

    ... drives incomes higher and making vehicle purchases more affordable. Whilelow vehicle ownership rates provides an strong growth opportunity for further expansion in passenger vehicle sales, an expandingconstruction industry will continue to provide demand commercial vehicles. Read More

  • Angola Autos Q3 2019

    ... be crippled by the impact of still high borrowing costs and elevated inflation,which will continue to weigh on household and business spending in the country, leading to a fall in both domestic passengercar and commercial ... Read More

  • Botswana Autos Q3 2019

    ... sector, increased public andprivate sector investment into non-mining projects will offer commercial vehicle demand a tailwind. We expect the demand forpassenger vehicles to remain well supported in the wake of a continued accommodative fiscal policy Read More

  • Cameroon Autos Q3 2019

    Key View: Cameroon’s expanding economic activity driven by increased private consumption, investments in infrastructureprojects and an expansion in the retail sector will significantly boost vehicle sales in 2019. Read More

  • Ghana Autos Q3 2019

    ... inflationary pressure will result in strong demand forpassenger vehicles over our 2019-2028 forecast period. Furthermore, for commercial vehicles, we believe that the positive outlookfor the country’s construction industry will underpin demand over the same period. Read More

  • Kenya Autos Q3 2019

    ... of tight lending conditions and rising inflationary pressures. Thatsaid, we maintain our view that capital spending on large infrastructure projects will continue to bode well for auto sales inKenya. Given these considerations, we forecast total ... Read More

  • Malawi Autos Q3 2019

    ... a significant hindrance for the growth potential of Malawi'sautomotive sector. In 2019, we forecast first registrations to expand by 1.6%, and thereafter, continue to recover to average annualgrowth of 5.3% over our 2019-2028 forecast period. Read More

  • Uganda Autos Q3 2019

    ... grow over our 2019-2028forecast period. We therefore expect total vehicle first registrations to expand by 6.9% in 2019 and for first registration to averageannual growth of 10.0% over the remainder of our 2019-2028 forecast period. Read More

  • Algeria Autos Q3 2019

    ... stemming from the resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika at the start ofApril, we are keeping our autos forecasts unchanged this quarter, until we see how ongoing political events impact on vehicle salesover the coming months. Read More

  • Ethiopia Autos Q3 2019

    ... remain a significant barrier to growth in vehicle sales, as it keeps the cost of vehicles significantly higher than the averageconsumer can afford, greatly reducing the size of the potential consumer base. We forecast total ... Read More

  • Gabon Autos Q3 2019

    ... vehicle sales forecast for Gabon, driven by higher private consumption and low inflation.However, we remain cautious in our commercial vehicle sales forecast as contracting construction activity and peak oil productionweighs on the commercial vehicles segment. Read More

  • Morocco Autos Q3 2019

    ... another year of positive growth for the new vehicle sales market in 2019. Thisquarter, we maintain our forecast for 4.3% growth in sales, with commercial vehicle (CV) sales (+8%) to outperform passengervehicle (PV) sales (+4%). Read More

  • Mozambique Autos Q3 2019

    ... Mozambique will continue to expand in 2019, amid an improvement in the economic outlook driven byan increase in investments in Mozambique’s nascent hydrocarbon industry and a relatively stable metical which will keep vehicleimport costs stable. Read More

  • Namibia Autos Q3 2019

    ... Key View: Total vehicle sales in Namibia are set to rebound in 2019 after four years of contraction, driven by improved consumersentiment. We expect the country to emerge from a recession that began in 2017. Read More

  • Zambia Autos Q3 2019

    ... increased prospects of the Zambian kwacha depreciating will have an adverse impact on vehiclesales as importing vehicles will become increasingly expensive. We have therefore revised our 2019 forecast on the back of adeteriorating macroeconomic picture. Read More

  • Zimbabwe Autos Q3 2019

    ... inflationary pressures and eroding consumer sentiment. That said, we believe that commercialvehicle sales will follow a similar trend as higher import costs weigh on the ability of the country to supply the growing demand forvehicles. Read More

  • Uganda Tourism Q3 2019

    ... reaching market campaigns while the removal of some entry barriers and increasein flight connections is making Uganda more accessible to potential visitors from outside of the immediate region. Although thisgrowth is attracting investor interest, Uganda ... Read More

  • South Africa Freight Transport and Shipping Q2 2019

    ... 2019 Key View: A modest uptick in household spending, agricultural output and manufacturing activity will boost freight volumes in2019 and 2020. However, a more substantial expansion will be prevented by weak mining sector output growth. Read More

  • Nigeria Freight Transport and Shipping 2019

    ... structural demand for freighted goodswill support trade growth in Nigeria. That said, the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari in February 2019 presents adownside risk, as the prospects for economic and oil sector reform have worsened. Read More

  • Medium & Heavy Trucks in South Africa

    ... 2023). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Key Highlights The medium and heavy trucks market includes commercial vehicles (CVs), buses ... Read More

  • Nigeria Autos Q2 2019

    ... return to the automotive market following a sustained period of demandbuilding up. Therefore, we forecast domestic vehicle sales in Nigeria to grow by 32.5% in 2019, driven by a continuation of therebound following the 2016-2017 ... Read More

  • South Africa Autos Q2 2019

    ... vehicle sales to rise by 1.3% in 2019, totalling around 370,000 units,and forecast a 1.8% expansion in new commercial vehicle sales, totalling around 190,000 units by year end. Weighing growth insales in the passenger vehicle ... Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Autos Q2 2019

    ... generally be well spread across commercial and passenger car sales. East Africa will continue to be a brightspot for growth, while the region's biggest market, South Africa, will remain subdued against a weak economic backdrop. Read More

  • Egypt Autos Q2 2019

    ... the Egypt-EU Association Agreement provide a boost tovehicle sales. We forecast vehicle sales in Egypt to expand by 14.6% in 2019, followed by an average annual growth rate of 6.6% overthe medium term to 2023. Read More

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