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01 Dec 2017  |  Africa
Analysis of Egypt’s Key Infrastructure Projects
The Egyptian economy has witnessed a significant GDP growth increasing from 2.1% in 2012/13 to 4.2% in 2014/15 due to improving political conditions and introduction of heavy energy subsidies for the development of energy intensive industries. According to the Ministry of Finance, the 2016-2017 budget estimates a total expenditure of $98.4 billion ...
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30 Nov 2017  |  Africa
Gearing Towards Universal Healthcare Coverage and Leveraging Partnerships to Improve Access to Services
In this research deliverable, Frost & Sullivan’s analyst team provides bold perspectives and predictions for the African healthcare industry in 2017. The markets covered include pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, in-vitro diagnostics, medical devices, medical imaging and healthcare IT. The analysis captures the impact of trends that are expected ...
29 Nov 2017  |  Africa
Chatbots Central to Developing an Intelligently Automated Service Delivery Model
This study provides an analysis of the African Artificial Intelligence (AI) market. The stakeholder scope includes international technology corporations and African start-ups; technology scope includes computer vision, deep learning, machine learning, natural language processing, neural networks, predictive analytics, and robotics; and the end-user...
27 Nov 2017  |  Africa
Country to Emerge as a Regional Hotspot Owing to Its Comparatively High Logistics Performance and the Long-term Economic Growth Potential
Global financial crisis, weak domestic demand, and other related factors have affected South Africa’s GDP growth during past 3 years, continuing onto 2016. The GDP of South Africa accounted for 0.42% of world GDP in 2016. The economy is expected to grow at a rate slower than the population growth rate in 2017 and 2018, implying a lower standard o...
24 Nov 2017  |  Africa
Development of Remote Power Systems and Mobile Connectivity will Drive Uptake of Battery Energy Storage Systems
Power storage through the use of battery energy storage systems is critical to countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. While the foremost application of battery storage would be in renewable energy-based off-grid power systems for rural electrification and all-round electricity access, batteries are set to play a major role across commercial and industria...
22 Nov 2017  |  Africa
Supported by Its Political Commitment, Young Population and Infrastructure Developments, Kenya is a Rising Star in East Africa
Kenya displays significant potential for economic growth due to its strategic location in East Africa. Even though Kenya’s growth has been slower than that of the African region, its Vision 2030 strategy is expected to enable its growth to World Bank’s second rung of countries with highest gross national income. Two out of three Kenyans are est...
25 Oct 2017  |  Africa
Remittances to become the Fastest Growth Application for Mobile Network Operator-led Mobile Money Wallets
Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is witnessing a surge migration within the region and to other parts of the world such as North America and Europe. As a continent, Africa had a net migration population of over 11 million in 2015, predominantly economic migration. • This has been instrumental in the growing volume of international remittances flowing int...
11 Oct 2017  |  Africa
Power Utilities Seeking Expertise from OEMs in Improving Product Performance and Reducing Life Cycle Costs
Renewable energy has taken centre stage in South Africa's expanding power generation capacity, necessitating development and maintenance of requisite transmission infrastructure. Switch gears, transformers, and reactors are critical in supplying quality power to customers in a cost-effective manner. Local research and development, manufacturing, an...
11 Oct 2017  |  Africa
Understanding Digital Transformation in the Context of Africa's Oil & Gas Industry
Data acquisition (DAQ) systems are growing exponentially in complexity due to technology convergence and the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT). In addition, the technical engineering deficit in organizations across industries is growing. Comprehensive DAQ systems and innovative software solutions and services will be in high demand by engineer...
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28 Sep 2017  |  Africa
Trade Cooperation, Infrastructure Upgrades, and Digitalization Will Open Growth Opportunities in Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, and South Africa
Due to economic and political uncertainties, African economies such as South Africa and Nigeria are expected to witness slow growth in 2017. On the contrary, improving economic conditions in Kenya and Morocco will support moderate growth. Despite differences in terms of economic growth prospects, high priority is placed on the development of transp...