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05 Jun 2019  |  Africa
Unlocking the Continent’s Business Travel Potential
Africa's economic growth continues to extend across the continent. To many, Africa represents some of the final frontiers for industrial development. Large-scale infrastructure developments, especially in airports and roads, are having a positive effect on improving commercial linkages in Africa. There is, however, still significant space for inn...
27 Feb 2019  |  Africa
Growth of 5.5% Expected as Right to Repair Policy and Online Retail Will Force OEMs, Dealers, and Suppliers to Re-imagine Business Models and Forge New Partnerships
This report is a synopsis of the trends and factors impacting the South African automotive aftermarket sector. It provides an economic analysis to assist the reader in understanding the economic backdrop against which the aftermarket is performing and being challenged. It is clear that the previous government?s maladministration of the economy led ...
16 Jan 2018  |  Africa
Despite the Economic Slowdown, the Leasing Industry Witnessed a Stable Growth Rate of 10.0% In 2016
Vehicle leasing is seen as a solution to the growing problems faced by companies for their mobility needs, including vehicle funding, fleet maintenance and, more importantly, residual risk handling. Businesses in the present market conditions are focused on their core products/services and would like to outsource all other support activities. Mobil...
25 May 2017  |  Africa
African Infrastructure Development is Driving Expansion and Boosting Investments in Commercial Vehicle Markets in West and East Africa
Africa’s industrial prospects have evolved over the last twenty years, as the continent entered a period of sustained growth. That growth has spurred developments in transport infrastructure and improved industrial prospects. One of these sectors is the automotive assembly and manufacturing sector. This research service covers the commercial veh...
06 Oct 2016  |  Africa
Kenya and Ethiopia Will Continue to Develop Local Automotive Capacity While Used Car Imports Continue to Grow
Africa is the world’s last growth frontier. With the lowest motorisation rate in the world, there is considerable potential for growth in the automotive industry. Most of the cars on Africa's roads are imported. While governments have taken steps to regulate the import of used cars, the practice continues to persist. New and locally produced veh...