Ghana Autos Industry Performance in Q3 2012 Examined in New BMI Report Published at

23 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Notwithstanding the country's small size, Ghana's autos market has grown rapidly in recent years owing to the economic growth and a developing middle class. And this momentum is expected to be sustained in 2012, with a projected 28% growth in vehicle sales, to 11,774 units. In addition to increasing personal spending power, government-led schemes, like re-equipping the police force with new vehicles, are also believed to bolster sales. However, there are risks of macroeconomic instability stemming from burgeoning oil revenues and the December 2012 election. With annual growth in GDP per capita unlikely to fall below double-digits over the next five years, taking the figure from USD 1,565 in 2011 to USD 2,876 by 2016-end, vehicle sales are expected to be a beneficiary.

New market research report “Ghana Autos Report Q3 2012” worked out by Business Monitor International (BMI) has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Ghana Autos Report Q3 2012
Published: May, 2012
Pages: 35
Price: US$ 999,00

The market research report offers a comprehensive guide to the autos industry’s performance in Ghana during Q3 2012. It provides granular SWOT analysis of the country's autos sector as well as its political, economic and business environment. Furthermore, detailed market segmentation, latest trends and developments, top companies’ profiles, and the overall industry forecast scenario can also be found in the study.

Other African Countries Autos Reports Q3 2012 by BMI Include:

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at BMI page.


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