Market Update on Telecommunications Industry M&A in Sub-Saharan Africa

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This study (Slides 1-81) analyses the transactions, cause and effect, and post-performance of merger and acquisitions in the telecommunications industry of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Key issues discussed are an overview of the current situation in the telecommunications industry in SSA, major M&A transactions in the past three years with selected case studies, post-transaction performance of combined entities with selected case studies, future areas of market consolidation, and strategic recommendations on future growth opportunities.

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Market Update on Telecommunications Industry M&A in Sub-Saharan AfricaResearch Aim Objective Scope Definitions and MethodologyObjective Scope and MethodologyOverview of Telecommunications Industry in sub-Saharan AfricaTelecommunications Industry OverviewIndustry Challenges and Market ForcesIndustry Challenges and Market Drivers and RestraintsOverview of Mergers and Acquisitions in TelecommunicationsTelecommunications Industry M&APost-deal PerformancePost M&A PerformanceFuture ProspectsFuture Areas of M&A ActivitiesStrategic RecommendationsStrategic Insights and RecommendationsConclusionsConcluding RemarksAbout Frost & SullivanFrost & Sullivan Profile

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