2015–2025 Market Opportunities for North African Automotive Industry

Algeria, Morocco, and Egypt are Rapidly Becoming a Major Frontier with One-Third of African Vehicle Sales

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This market insight provides an overview of the automotive industry in the three major markets of North Africa: Algeria, Morocco, and Egypt. It also examines the larger political, economic, social, technological, legislative, and environmental landscapes of each country, focusing on opportunities for original equipment manufacturers in the fast-growing region after a period of upheaval. Vehicle sales and production forecasts are given through 2020, which is expected to be a significant year for the automotive industry.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key TakeawaysExecutive Summary—Current Vehicles Sales OutlookExecutive Summary—Sales vs. Parc vs. EconomyExecutive Summary—Macroeconomic Overview of Top 3 MarketsExecutive Summary—FDI Net InflowExecutive Summary—2014 Market and Emerging InvestmentsExecutive Summary—Global Market Share by Country of Manufacturing OriginExecutive Summary—Market at a GlanceNorth Africa Passenger Vehicle OutlookAlgeria OverviewPESTLE Overview—AlgeriaAlgeria—Country IntroductionAlgeria—Demographic TrendsAlgeria—Economic OverviewAlgeria—Economic and Political RisksAlgeria—Trade and Investment EnvironmentAlgeria—Business EnvironmentAutomotive Industry in AlgeriaAlgeria Market Overview—Light Vehicle Sales and ProductionAlgeria Automotive Industry OutlookEnablers and ChallengesNational Automotive Policy National Automotive Policy (continued)Automotive Legislation AnalysisIncentive Instruments for Automotive Investment Algerian Automotive BeltJoint Ventures, Partnerships, and Alliances Production/Assembly Capacity in AlgeriaVehicle Sales ForecastVehicle Sales by OEMVehicle Sales by ModelImport Potential in AlgeriaEgypt OverviewPESTLE Overview—EgyptEgypt—Political Overview Egypt—Demographic TrendsEgypt—Economic Scenario Egypt—Economic Scenario (continued)Egypt—Trade and Investment EnvironmentEgypt—Business EnvironmentAutomotive Industry in EgyptEgypt Light Vehicle Market Overview—Light Vehicle Sales and ProductionEnablers and ChallengesNational Automotive PolicyAutomotive Legislation AnalysisIncentive Instruments for Automotive Investment Joint Ventures, Partnerships, and Alliances Local PartnershipsMorocco OverviewPESTLE Overview—MoroccoMorocco—Country IntroductionMorocco—Economic OverviewRecent and Future Investments and Growth ProspectsRecent and Future Investments and Growth Prospects (continued)Automotive Industry in MoroccoMorocco Light Vehicle Market Overview—Light Vehicle Sales and ProductionMorocco Automotive Industry OutlookEnablers and ChallengesNational Automotive Fuel Policy Automotive Legislation AnalysisIncentive Instruments for Automotive Investment Moroccan Automotive BeltMajor Automotive Equipment/Parts Manufacturers Joint Ventures, Partnerships, and Alliances Vehicle Production by YearExport Capacity in MoroccoDistributors Network in MoroccoMorocco—Free-Trade and Bilateral AgreementsThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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