Discounted Africa Market Reports Q3 2012 by BMI Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

14 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that discounted reports Q3 2012 on various markets in different regions and countries of Africa by Business Monitor International (BMI) have been added to its catalogue.

Tanzania Infrastructure Report Q3 2012. Tanzania’s real GDP growth is expected to slow to 5.5% in 2012, as high inflation and weakness in the tourism sector weigh on the country. The major risk to the economy comes from the weather. More details on the market can be found in the study …

Uganda Agribusiness Report Q3 2012. Uganda’s agricultural sector is forecast to expand over the long term, with tree yields as well as crop resistance to disease expected to improve. Just the grain production is projected to increase only slightly in the long term. The report provides extensive research of the industry …

Uganda Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q3 2012. Uganda’s pharmaceuticals and healthcare market growth is expected to be boosted by strong demographics, increased healthcare needs, longer life expectancy, greater healthcare spending in the public and private sectors and improved access to health facilities. More data on the sector can be found in the review …

West & Central Africa Autos Report Q3 2012. The region’s GDP growth of 7.9% and various government-led schemes are likely to contribute to 28% growth in vehicle sales, to 11,774 units in 2012. However, there are risks of macroeconomic instability stemming from burgeoning oil revenues and the December 2012 election. Detailed insight into the sector is provided in the report …

Tanzania Autos Report Q3 2012. The challenging macroeconomic dynamics in 2012 could prove to be a major deterrent for strong vehicle sales growth in Tanzania during 2012, resulting in a slowdown in new sales growth down to 10% y-o-y in 2012. The report draws up an elaborate picture of the autos industry in Tanzania …

Sudan and South Sudan Infrastructure Report Q3 2012. Sudan’s construction industry value is forecast to stand at US$3.7bn for 2012, with a y-o-y contraction of 19.5%. However, the sector is likely to recover over the forecast period, rising to US$8.8bn by 2021. The report offers a complete guide to industry …

More discounted reports by the publisher can be found at BMI page.

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