Overview of the Plastics Market in Sub-Saharan Africa

Plastic Consumption to Witness Higher Uptake

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This market insight provides an overview of five countries in Sub-Saharan Africa for commodity plastics. The study analyses the consumption of plastics in the region and broadly discusses their uses in various applications. The country overviews sections include key macro-economic factors influencing the usage of plastics in the countries analysed. These countries are South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Growth trends, positive and negative, are discussed for each country. Import duties and key-supplier risks, along with recommendations regarding the supply of plastic raw-materials into these countries, are analysed per region.

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Overview of the Plastics Market in Sub-Saharan AfricaExecutive SummaryKey FindingsOverview of the Plastics Market in Sub-Saharan Africa Project ScopePlastics Market OverviewSouth African Plastics Market OverviewSouth African Plastics Market—IntroductionSouth African Plastics Market—Introduction (continued)South African Plastics Market—Growth TrendsSouth African Plastics Market—ParticipantsSouth African Plastics Market—Application Overview (Packaging)South African Plastics Market—Application Overview (Non-packaging)South African Plastics Market—Risks and DutiesSouth African Plastics Market—Supplying Raw MaterialsNigerian Plastics Market OverviewNigerian Plastics Market—IntroductionNigerian Plastics Market—Introduction (continued)Nigerian Plastics Market—Growth TrendsNigerian Plastics Market—ParticipantsNigerian Plastics Market—Application Overview (Packaging)Nigerian Plastics Market—Application Overview (Non-packaging)Nigerian Plastics Market—Risks and DutiesNigerian Plastics Market—Supplying Raw MaterialsGhanaian Plastics Market OverviewGhanaian Plastics Market—IntroductionGhanaian Plastics Market—Introduction (continued)Ghanaian Plastics Market—Growth TrendsGhanaian Plastics Market—ParticipantsGhanaian Plastics Market—Application Overview (Packaging)Ghanaian Plastics Market—Application Overview (Non-packaging)Ghanaian Plastics Market—Risks and DutiesGhanaian Plastics Market—Supplying Raw MaterialsKenyan Plastics Market OverviewKenyan Plastics Market—IntroductionKenyan Plastics Market—Introduction (continued)Kenyan Plastics Market—Growth TrendsKenyan Plastics Market—ParticipantsKenyan Plastics Market—Application Overview (Packaging)Kenyan Plastics Market—Application Overview (Non-packaging)Kenyan Plastics Market—Risks and DutiesKenyan Plastics Market—Supplying Raw MaterialsEthiopian Plastics Market OverviewEthiopian Plastics Market—IntroductionEthiopian Plastics Market—Introduction (continued)Ethiopian Plastics Market—Growth TrendsEthiopian Plastics Market—ParticipantsEthiopian Plastics Market—Application Overview (Packaging)Ethiopian Plastics Market—Application Overview (Non-packaging)Ethiopian Plastics Market—Risks and DutiesEthiopian Plastics Market—Supplying Raw MaterialsConclusionConclusionLegal 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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