Egypt IT Market in Q1 2012 Analyzed in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com30 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Notwithstanding ongoing uncertainty following the recent political events, the Egyptian information technology (IT) market grew at a double-digit rate in 2011. Though the disturbances had a disruptive impact on IT market supply chains, PC sales recovered rapidly during the second half of the previous year.
In spite of a range of obstacles and a suboptimal distribution network outside Cairo, Egypt is most likely to benefit from youthful demographics and improving information as well as communication technology (ICT) infrastructure. The Egyptian market is one of the most resilient in the Middle East & Africa region, but long-drawn instability could pose a danger to the country's outsourcing sector.
New market research report “Egypt Information Technology Report Q1 2012” prepared by Business Monitor International (BMI) granular data and information on Egypt’s IT sector and, in particular, its performance and development during the first quarter of 2012. The study offers a comprehensive overview of the overall country including its IT market, telecommunications sector, political and economic as well as business environment SWOT analyses. Furthermore, market segmentation, regulatory developments, competitive landscape, forecasts and profiles of top market players can also be found in the review.
Egypt Information Technology Report Q1 2012
Published: January 2012
Price: US$ 530,00
Reports Examining Other Countries’ Telecom Industry During Q1 2012 are Also Available:
- Iraq Telecommunications Report Q1 2012
- Israel Information Technology Report Q1 2012
- Bulgaria Information Technology Report 2012
- Croatia Information Technology Report 2012
- Sweden Information Technology Report Q1 2012
- Sweden Telecommunications Report Q1 2012
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at BMI page.