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18 Dec 2020  |  Africa
Growth in the Market to be Driven by Last-mile Logistics Services and New Women Riders
Egypt is one of the fastest-growing and most resilient markets in the African continent. In 2019, it was the 45th largest economy and experienced significant economic advancement owing to a considerable reduction in unemployment and inflation. The country's GDP also increased by 5.6% to $302.3 billion between 2018 and 2019 with the industrial secto...
07 Dec 2020  |  Africa
Network Diversification and Fleet Optimization Power the Commercial Aerospace Market in Africa, 2020
Strategic Partnering and Network Expansion are Top Growth Strategies for Pandemic-hit Airlines
Over the last decade, Africa, along with the Asia-Pacific, has grown the fastest in terms of GDP and had an average annual growth rate of 6% or more. Still, most of the countries in the continent have to significantly improve their political stability and public infrastructure to attract new investments and properly integrate themselves with furthe...
24 Mar 2020  |  Africa
South Africa will Lead Growth, with Increase in Awareness About the Use of Biostimulants in the Region
Crop quality and quantity are influenced by biotic and abiotic factors. Abiotic factors include soil composition, salinity, acidity, temperature, drought, pollution, humidity, rain, wind, and ultraviolet radiation. Stress caused by unfavorable conditions significantly reduces harvest yields, as plants respond to such conditions by using their energ...
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10 Apr 2019  |  Africa
Greater Regulatory Control and a Shift of Focus Away from Costly and Branded Drugs will Increase Generic Drugs’ Market Share
The African continent grapples with a huge burden of communicable diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. With African governments facing major health financing challenges, a significant proportion of these disease areas are financed by global aid organizations that are also helping in poverty eradication in the continent. Paral...
05 Feb 2019  |  Africa
Enterprises Embracing Disruptive Technologies to Find Growth Opportunities
South Africa’s multidisciplinary construction industry accounts for a significant proportion of economic growth. This is evident in the country’s GDP as the industry is currently in a challenging cycle following the ongoing pressure on margins, decreased revenues, and struggling order books. However, the upward trend seen in certain segments of...
04 Dec 2018  |  Africa
The Key to a Sustainable Source of Fuel for Transport
The South African electric vehicle (EV) market is still in its infancy, but is expected to grow at a slow but steady pace over the next five years. South Africa’s automotive sector is currently ranked 23rd in terms of manufacturing and is a key player in the international automotive value chain. The EV market is currently restrained due to a vari...
12 Nov 2018  |  Africa
Opportunities Arising from Increasing Water Scarcity and Decreasing Cost of Technology will Result in Double-digit Market Growth
Africa has the largest number of water-scarce countries than any other continent in the world, and the majority of the continent relies on rainfall and surface water for their water supply. Of the 54 countries in Africa, 39 have a coastline, making desalination a logical solution. Insufficient infrastructure is a major reason why water is a challen...
26 Oct 2018  |  Africa
Product Offerings are Constantly Evolving to Cater to the Growing Operational Leasing Market in South Africa
The South African leasing market is constantly evolving as leasing companies and OEMs continue to develop products to meet the ever-changing needs of their customers. Significant growth within the operational leasing market in South Africa is expected as consumers become increasingly aware of the benefits of leasing. The market will be marked by in...
23 Oct 2018  |  Africa
The Focus on Sensors and Satellite Imaging is Central to the Adoption of Smart Farming Practices
The focus of this study is to identify and highlight African start-ups that drive the uptake of smart farming practices and how farmers can make data-driven decisions regarding crop rotation, planting and harvesting time, soil management, and weather prediction. The study offers an analysis of Sub-Saharan Africa, with additional information on the ...
28 Sep 2018  |  Africa
Mobile Application, Sensors, and Satellite Imaging are Central to Developing Successful Smart Farming Practices in Africa
This study focuses on an understanding of smart farming practices and the ways in which farmers can make data-driven decisions regarding crop rotation, planting and harvesting times, soil management, and weather prediction. The study will provide an analysis on the Sub-Saharan African region, with information on Middle East and North Africa added a...