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Population Change as a Megadriver

Developing markets, Space, and the Arctic are three areas where population change and markets are shifting to the frontier. Developing markets are leading the global economy and by 2030, they will account for over 60% of global population and GDP. Multinational companies will increasingly see their key revenue streams coming from Asia Pacific and the […]
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Africa Beyond Borders

Countries in Africa are prioritising visa-free travel around the continent for inhabitants and visitors as an essential factor in the region’s economic development, according to Euromonitor International research presented in the WTM London (World Travel Market London) this year. In contrast to the US and Europe, where there countries are increasing calls for stronger border […]
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Africa’s three largest BOP markets

What is the BOP? There is no fixed definition of the bottom of the pyramid (BOP), as it contains a mix of incomes, living standards, rural-urban locations, and varying levels of access to goods and services, including education, healthcare and organised financial services. But broadly speaking, the BOP refers to the poorest socioeconomic group in […]
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The Growth of Internet Retail in South Africa

South Africa’s Internet retailing continues to generate strong positive growth, recording a strong double-digit current value CAGR in the process. Sales in internet retailing increased by 23% in 2016 to reach ZAR8.1 billion and the growth recorded in the channel in 2016 was slightly higher than what was seen during the preceding year. The increasing […]
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Africa Business Radio: Tourism Industry in Nigeria – Identifying Key Trends in Lagos

Euromonitor International partnered with Africa Business Radio for this exclusive podcast. Lagos remains the regional hub and main interest point for foreign direct investment in West Africa. And when business is conducted intra-regionally, companies and entrepreneurs will tend to meet in Lagos, as Lagos is considered to be the business capital of Nigeria, and Nigeria […]
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Global Economic Forecasts Q3 2017

The global economy started 2017 strong with real GDP growth gaining momentum and rising to 3.6% in Q1 2017 and our latest macroeconomic outlook shows the previous uncertainty surrounding the global growth forecast receding since May 2017. In our latest report extract, we provide you with an update on our latest macroeconomic forecasts for key […]
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Africa Business News: Tourism Industry In South Africa – Identifying Key Trends In Johannesburg

Euromonitor International partnered with Africa Business Radio for this exclusive podcast. Despite Johannesburg being the business capital of South Africa, leisure is the main reason visitors come to the city. Southern African visitors are the main tourists to the city for both business and leisure purposes, while South African leisure travelers prefer travelling to other […]
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An Introduction to the 8 Key Global Megatrends

Successfully identifying, analysing and acting on megatrends is essential for success in consumer markets. The world is changing faster than ever, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with competitors as technology spurs both the rate of and access to innovation. Amidst this change, it can be difficult for companies to understand why […]
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South Africa Will Continue to Face Headwinds in 2017

Euromonitor International’s South Africa Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on Sub-Saharan Africa’s most industrialised economy that is currently experiencing economic and political mayhem. The nation’s sovereign status was downgraded to ‘junk’ by the credit rating agencies Standard & Poor’s (S&P) and Fitch in April 2017, which could lead to heightened capital outflows, reduced investor confidence, job cuts and […]
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Cameroon’s ICT Sector to Improve the Country’s Investment Appeal

While there are more economically established countries, Cameroon is showing signs of becoming a prospective future investment destination. Although, the country is in need of less state interference, an improved regulatory environment and a stronger business infrastructure, it is witnessing technological advancement. Cameroon’s ICT sector is driven by a competitive market sector, providing low tariffs […]
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Effects of a Trump Trade War for the Middle East and Africa

President Trump recently renewed his intention to reconsider and renegotiate incumbent trade deals involving the United States and several nations in the world. Using Euromonitor’s industry forecast model to develop a Trump Trade War scenario, we see de-globalization and constriction of open trade policies yielding several macroeconomic and market-level implications, even reaching as far […]
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Top 3 Largest Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan African economic growth is expected to pick up in 2017 after reaching the lowest level in 22 years in 2016. Growth will be driven by a stabilisation of commodity prices and improvements in the largest economies in the region. Euromonitor looks at the outlook for the three largest African markets of Nigeria, South Africa […]
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Euromonitor to Speak at WTM Africa 2017

Event Name: WTM Africa Date: 19 April 2017 Location: Cape Town Link to Event: http://africa.wtm.com/ Event Description: Exciting things about the event Speaker: Christy Tawii, Senior Research Analyst Session Title: Key Trends in Tourism in Africa Session Description: The African region is increasingly becoming a popular destination owing to growing interest in many industries. This […]
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South African Consumer Markets Faced with Uncertainty In Spite of Recent Reprieve from Credit Downgrade

With much relief, South Africa sighs as Standard & Poor’s maintains its sovereign credit rating of the country’s foreign-currency debt at BBB-. This however does not take away from the precarious position that the country faces both economically and politically, with a tough road ahead in terms of economic growth and structural reform. Using the […]
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Sub-Saharan Africa’s Next Growth Champions

A recently published white paper by Euromonitor International reveals dynamic growth shifting from the region’s mature consumer markets in South African metropolises to the urban areas in other Sub-Saharan countries. Soaring population growth and improving purchasing power will strengthen the consumer market potential in the cities across the region. Learn more about some of the […]
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