Africa Market Research Reports
Africa’s average growth is expected to accelerate to 5.8% in 2012. South Africa, which joined the BRICS group as an official member in 2010, is the leading source of imports for the Asian giant China. But while the future seems bright in the South, the present is still uncertain in the North. Political upheavals and social unrest in some countries remain a risk for new investments. How is this scenario likely to change?
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The publications listed under Research and Markets’ Africa Country Reports are essential tools for decision-makers. They provide you with historical data and long-term demographic forecasts (including breakdowns of population by age and sex, vital statistics and major cities), economic indicators, trade and investment analysis, political risk assessments, and much more.
PUBLICATION OVERVIEW The Country views series shines the spotlight on specific developments in MENA countries, analyzing them from a local perspective to deliver forward looking views for businesses...
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Despite the South African government's efforts to tackle the poverty and inequality that characterises South African social life, the political settlement that brought an end to apartheid in 1994 has...
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At present the Middle East region constitutes as small percent of global pharmaceutical sales. However, ever-increasing populations and governmental healthcare reforms are likely to increase demand....
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