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In this edition, we bring you a look at some of the chemical industry’s key end markets with a focus on the outlook for the automotive and construction sectors, courtesy of KPMG’s industry leaders in those segments.
African economies are expecting higher economic growth than the world average. This KPMG African CFO survey compares the African CFO to counterparts in similar high growth economies.
Africa enjoys certain key advantages that will enable the continent to equal or even surpass at least some of its emerging market counterparts.
African governments have made a concerted effort over recent years to improve the operating environment for construction companies looking to partake in big infrastructure expansion drives.
Insurance in Africa
KPMG’s recent 2014 Luxury Goods sector report presents a view of the rapidly changing face of the African luxury goods consumer.
KPMG’s recent 2014 White Goods Africa sector report focuses on identifying the products that are popular to import, where appliances are produced for export, and the countries where large markets for white goods are established.
KPMG’s recent 2014 Fast-Moving Consumer Goods sector report analyses the key drivers of the performance of the FMCG sector.
KPMG’s recent 2014 Manufacturing Africa sector report explores the key drivers in the manufacturing sector, including infrastructure, sourcing products locally, labour market, and capacity for innovation.
KPMG’s 2014 sector report analyses the key drivers of the retail market in Africa, including key demographic and macroeconomic factors, as well as spending patterns and consumer traits.
KPMG’s recent 2014 Power Africa sector report explores the current state of Africa’s Power sector.
This edition of Sustainable Insight explores corporate and foundation approaches to measuring and reporting social investment.
For the chemical industry, opportunities in Africa center around 3 factors: high growth, oil and gas reserves, and demand in certain market sectors.
Africa’s oil history stretches over a period of several decades, in some places it is even a century old. Presently, there are about 500 oil companies that participate in African hydrocarbon exploration.
The theme of the 2014 World Economic Forum on Africa is “Forging Inclusive Growth, Creating Jobs”. This report presents thought-leadership, opinions and predictions from KPMG across the African continent.