Mining Industry Plays Pivotal Role in Africa, States Aruvian’s R’search in New Market Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
19 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Africa boasts one of the world’s leading mineral industries. Nevertheless, the majority of this is either underdeveloped or in the initial development stages. In a host of African countries, the metals and mining industry remains the pillar of their economies and is essential factor of economic development. Some of the biggest mineral deposits in the African continent comprise cobalt, bauxite, diamonds, platinum-group metals, iron ore, gold, copper, and more. Owing to dearth of investment and different safety concerns, the African mining industry remained less developed over a number of years.
Still, recent years have witnessed a splash of activity from a slew of international mining firms that take interest in the development of the continent’s mining industry. Companies have begun increasing investing in the development of Africa’s mining industry; the upcoming years are poised to see the emergence of Africa as a top player in the worldwide mining industry.
New market research report “Analyzing the Mining Industry in Africa 2016” developed by Aruvian’s R’search offers an in-depth assessment of the industry.
The study starts with an overview of the industry through an industry historical development, industry overview and a future outlook for the sector. It further analyses the key markets for mining on the continent, including Angola, Botswana, DR Congo, Namibia, Zambia, Ghana, South Africa, Tanzania, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. For each nation the report evaluates the mining industry via industry statistical information, regulatory landscape, competitive scenario, industry forecasts and an in-depth analysis of the versatile mining sectors like gold mining, platinum mining, iron ore mining, palladium mining, etc. The research publication takes a careful look at the 95 leading mines in Africa. It gives details about more than top 50 players in Africa’s mining industry covering their businesses and a SWOT analysis, among others.
More studies by the publisher can be found at Aruvian’s R’search page.