Central Africa Mining Sector Discussed by BMI in New Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

22 Nov 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Africa has one of the world’s largest mining industries due to continent’s large territory and rich mineral reserves. Mineral exploration and production are the two major drivers of the economic growth in most countries in the continent. Africa possesses substantial resources of industrial diamonds, cobalt, bauxite, phosphate rock, vermiculite, gold, iron, etc.

Central Africa is still far from achieving its full potential in the development of its mineral wealth. In spite of the issues holding the industry back from fulfilling its potential, the Central African mining sector is poised to witness sustained growth in the upcoming years. The key challenges faced by the sector include the lack of adequate infrastructure and various political risks.

New market research report “Central Africa Mining Report Q1 2014” prepared by Business Monitor International (BMI) offers an insightful overview of the mining sector in Central Africa.

The report contains a SWOT analysis, provides in-depth analyses of such country markets as Congo, Cameroon, Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa and the Democratic Republic of the Congo; describes the competitive scenario, reviews the leading market players, evaluates the investment climate in region, and characterizes the regulative landscape. The research study discusses the most burning industry related issues, examines the top trends, outlines major industry risks, and sheds light on the recent news with respect to the industry. In addition, the report outlines the prospects of mining business in Central Africa in the coming years.

Report Details:

Central Africa Mining Report Q1 2014
Published: November, 2013
Pages: 79
Price:    US$ 1,295.00

Other In-demand Industry Research Reports Q1 2014 by BMI Include:

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


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