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08 Jul 2015  |  Africa
Government Expenditure and Technological Advancements are Expected to Drive Demand
The South African construction chemicals market can be described as mature and is expected to experience slow growth over the forecast period of the study. The market is highly competitive with a number of well-established local and international participants. The growth in the public sectors capital expenditure plan is likely to facilitate demand...
07 Sep 2015  |  Africa
D-midsize and C-compact will be the Fastest Growing Vehicle Segments with Nearly One-third of the Market Share by 2020
As a result of South Africa’s sluggish economy and its low GDP in 2014, which was highly sensitive to consumer demand, sales in the passenger vehicles segment fell during the first half of 2014. However, the popularity of diesel engine models has increased and the market share for new diesel light vehicles has grown noticeably. This market report...
22 Jan 2015  |  Africa
Telematics Penetration to Reach 34.7% by 2021, Generating $0.4 Billion
The aim of this study is to research, analyze, and forecast the commercial vehicle telematics market in South Africa. The major focus is on market trends in services, solutions, and technologies for specific segments such as light commercial vehicles, medium commercial vehicles, and heavy and extra heavy commercial vehicles. The study highlights th...
02 Apr 2015  |  Africa
Unlocking New Opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa
The study analyses the Kenyan and Rwandan health care landscape, market outlook, and investment and growth opportunities. It also discusses the drivers and restraints and the dynamics of the hospital construction market and concludes by providing a list of upcoming projects and strategic recommendations for the markets in Kenya and Rwanda. The res...
08 Dec 2015  |  Africa
Operators Seek Strategic Partnerships to Access Advanced Technologies
This research service provides an analysis of the West African telecommunications market. The areas of focus are fixed-line, mobile, and Internet communications with special interest in broadband communications. Technologies include fibre, satellite, WiMAX, Wi-Fi, 3G, ADSL, and CDMA. Each of the 15 West African countries is analyzed on country and ...
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09 Dec 2015  |  Africa
The Impact of Regulatory Developments within the Telecommunications Markets of Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa
Broadband Reach to be Enhanced through the Release of Spectrum from Digital Migration
This study analyses the regulatory environment concerning telecommunications in selected countries within the African continent. The aim of the research is to assess the impact of regulations on the development of the telecommunications market in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. The key objectives are to provide an overview of developments relatin...
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29 Sep 2015  |  Africa
Operators Look to New Revenue Streams to Sustain Their Growth
This research provides an analysis of the East African telecommunications market. The focus areas are fixed-line, mobile, and Internet communications, with special interest in broadband communications. The study includes analysis for the 13 East African countries on country and regional levels. The study highlights key mobile network operators and ...
11 May 2015  |  Africa
The Impact of Proposed Food Regulations on the Sweetener Market
This market insight provides an overview of the South African sweetener market and provides forecasts for sugar consumption, polyol consumption, and non-nutritive sweetener consumption in volumes, until 2019. The drivers and restraints for each segment are outlined, in addition to a discussion on the potential impact of the proposed regulations pub...
20 May 2015  |  Africa
Mozambique's Potential to Become the Qatar of Africa
Offshore natural gas discoveries made in Mozambique since 2010 have propelled the country as a new investment destination in sub-Saharan Africa. By exploiting these resources, Mozambique could become the third-largest exporter of liquefied natural gas in the next decade. However, conditions need to be met before this change can happen and benefit t...
10 Jul 2015  |  Africa
The Dawn of Cost-reflective Prices and Associated Challenges in the Economy
Electricity cost is critical to developing an electricity industry and has been a contentious issue in Sub-Saharan Africa. Electricity price has not reflected the true cost of generation and supply, hampering investment in electricity infrastructure, resulting in frequent power outages, and constraining economic growth of Sub-Saharan economies. The...