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19 Jan 2017  |  Africa
Cost Containment Drives Product Innovation
The South African mining explosives market for coal, iron ore, PGMs, and gold was worth $530.7 million in 2015 and its growth will be limited (CAGR of 1.2%) over the next five years. This is due to the global oversupply of metals and minerals and low commodity prices that are hindering the growth of explosives in the local mining sector. Mining of ...
23 Mar 2017  |  Africa
Construction Boom and Changing Policies are Driving Market Growth
The Kenyan and Tanzanian decorative paints and coatings market was worth a combined value of $138.7 million in 2015 and is expected to show promising growth (CAGR of 6%–7%) over the next 5 years. This is due to the significant growth in population and the middle class, government policies that support the development of infrastructure, growing ur...
02 May 2017  |  Africa
Actionable Strategies for Putting Nature to Work
The phytochemicals market for personal care in sub-Saharan Africa was worth $300 million in 2016 and will see a relatively fast growth (CAGR of 5.5%) over the next five years. This study is designed to provide a road-map for translating strategy into specific, meaningful tactics; which are based on insights that have been collected through on-the-g...
22 Sep 2017  |  Africa
Adoption of Mobile Technologies to Drive Innovation in the African Chemicals Industry
This study presents some of the predictions that Frost & Sullivan believes will shape, grow, and have high relevance within the African chemicals industry for 2017 to 2019, specifically within sub-Saharan Africa. Key African trends are discussed, including digitisation and convergence, smart agriculture, LNG beneficiation, Internet of Things (IoT),...