Investment & Market Opportunities in African Infrastructure, 2018 - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 7, 2019--The “Investment and Market Opportunities in African Infrastructure” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Currently, Africa’s infrastructure is a mixed bag. While considerable progress has been made in the area of telecommunications, power and transport infrastructure is still lacking.
Meeting Africa’s infrastructure needs and developing cost-effective modes of infrastructure service delivery require a massive investment programme in the continent. It is estimated that Africa will require an investment of about $130-$170 billion in new infrastructure every year to meet its infrastructure gap. While new platforms of investment such as public-private partnerships (PPPs) have emerged in recent years to meet the infrastructure deficit, there is still an enormous potential that exits for both private and foreign investors.
There is a strong pipeline of infrastructure projects with many countries announcing some big-ticket projects and programmes. Going forward, the continent needs to overcome some of the key challenges to develop its infrastructure and attract investments. These include ensuring a sound revenue regime, having a more balanced risk sharing between the public and the private players, and strengthening financial regulations.
SECTION I: AFRICAN MARKET OVERVIEWSector Overview Financing and PPP Experience Foreign Investment Trends Project Pipeline and Market Opportunities Top 100 Upcoming Projects
SECTION II: COUNTRY-WISE ANALYSISSnapshot of Key African Countries* Capacity Addition Plans and Projections* Top 10-15 Investment Destinations (Based on Upcoming Opportunities) *(will cover an analysis of key countries including Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa, Algeria, Morocco, Sudan, Angola, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Libya, Tunisia, Ghana, Congo DR, Cote d’Ivoire, Uganda, Cameroon, Zambia, South Sudan, Mozambique, Botswana, Senegal, Mali, Gabon, Mauritius, Burkina Faso, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Namibia, Madagascar, Benin, Congo, Rwanda, Niger, Guinea, Mauritania, Malawi)
SECTION III: SECTOR-WISE ANALYSISSector Coverage: Electricity, Renewable Energy, Mining, Oil & Gas, Roads, Railways, Urban Transport, Seaports, Airports, ICT, Water & Sanitation (Each sector will cover the size and growth, emerging trends and recent developments, proposed investments, upcoming projects, market opportunities, issues and challenges, future outlook)
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