Zambia Mining Report Q4 2013

Date: October 2, 2013
Pages: 73
Price:
US$ 1,295.00
Publisher: Business Monitor International
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF)
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Zambia's mining sector is set to continue the recovery seen over the last decade. The country had declining copper output throughout the 1990s, but a mixture of low taxes, privatisation and elevated copper prices has seen a substantial boost to investment and output. We expect the value of the mining sector to reach US $872bn by 2017, from US$782mn in 2012, marking an annual average growth rate of 2.3%.

Zambia's mining sector has been highly amenable to foreign investment since the privatisation of statecontrolled Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines (ZCCM) at the end of the 1990s. Indeed, while one of the opposition parties, the Patriotic Front, has stated that it seeks greater control of the mining sector and will increase taxes on mining companies, our Country Risk team expects the ruling party to remain in power and sustain the country's investor-friendly outlook.
BMI Industry View
Steady Growth To Continue
SWOT
SWOT - Q3 2013
Industry Forecast
Copper: Zambia To Become Major Copper Producer
Risks To Outlook
  Table: Zambia - Copper Production
Coal: Booming Output To Support Copper Sector
  Table: Zambia - Coal Projects
Potential Pitfalls Ahead
  Table: Zambia - Coal Production
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
Risk/Reward Ratings
  Table: Mining Risk/Reward Ratings
Finland & Sweden
Russia: Mineral Wealth Fails To Hide Risks
Kazakhstan: Weak Infrastructure Restrains Growth Potential
Germany, Czech Republic And Slovakia: Few Rewards, Few Risks
Ukraine: Corruption & Unexplored Potential
Market Overview
Copper Boom To Drive Mining Sector
Zambia To Become Major Copper Player
  Table: Zambia - Main Mine Expansion Plans
Power Shortages To Weigh On Mining Sector
  Table: Zambia - Mining Industry Value & Production
Regulatory Development
Remaining Business Friendly
  Table: Zambia - Political Overview
Commodities Forecast
Monthyly Metals Update
Non-Ferrous Metals
Aluminium: Weakness Ahead After Recent Surge
Copper: Bounce To Give Way
Nickel: Underperformance To Continue
Zinc: Weak Steel Sector To Weigh On Zinc
  Table: Select Commodities - Performance & BMI Forecasts
  Table: BMI Commodities Strategy
Competitive Landscape
Some Diversification On Its Way
  Table: Comparative Valuation Metrics
Company Profile
Vedanta Resources
  Table: Vedanta Resources - Key Financial Data
First Quantum - Q4 2013
Latest Financial Results
  Table: First Quantum: Key Financial Data
Regional Overview
Africa Overview
1. LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE THE GREATEST CHALLENGE
2. RESOURCE NATIONALISM WILL INCREASE
  Table: Recent Government Intervention
3. CONTINUING CHINESE INVESTMENT INTO AFRICA
4. IRON ORE PRODUCTION IN WEST AFRICA TO BOOM
5. SOUTHERN AFRICA TO BECOME A KEY COAL EXPORTER
Global Industry Overview
  Table: Select Countries - Recent And Planned Tax Increases And Other Government Plans
Methodology
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