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Low-cost Construction Materials Market in South Africa and Kenya

Building Materials are Sought to Reduce Building Costs and Enhance Environmental Benefits

  • Research Code : M8D9-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00044-AF-MR_00328
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  • Release Date : 07-Mar-2013
  • Region : Africa
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This research service focuses on providing an overview of key construction materials including concrete blocks, steel roof trusses, and thermal insulation material, especially for the low-cost construction materials market in South Africa and Kenya. Competitive analysis, supply chain analysis and key market drivers and restraints that affect the construction materials market in these countries have also been provided. An analysis of the drivers and restraints is provided for an understanding of the status of construction materials in these countries. Trends in construction materials are provided for South Africa and Kenya and key recommendations are offered to current and/or potential manufacturers of construction materials.
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