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中東·北非的汽車產業 (季度更新報告)

Middle East And North Africa Autos Report Q4 2016

出版商 BMI Research 商品編碼 360977
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 18 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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中東·北非的汽車產業 (季度更新報告) Middle East And North Africa Autos Report Q4 2016
出版日期: 2016年10月19日 內容資訊: 英文 18 Pages

本報告提供中東·北非各國的汽車產業相關分析,提供您地區整體今後5年的產業規模動向估計,再彙整產業的課題 (風險) 和未來性的商機 (利潤) 之相關評估,各國市場現況·未來展望的詳細分析,以及主要企業簡介等資訊。



  • 石油出口國的銷售台數低
  • 埃及:北非市場阻礙因素
  • 伊朗:石油出口該國中的例外事項


  • 產業的風險/利潤指標


  • 產業趨勢分析


  • 產業預測技術
  • 每產業的預測手法
  • 資訊來源
  • 風險/利潤指標的分析方法


Product Code: 2397-9615

BMI View: Regional vehicle sales will contract 8.1% in 2016 as the GCC states suffer in the low oil price

environment, before a recovery in 2017 as consumers bring forward purchases before these same states

introduce VAT in 2018. Morocco and Tunisia will lead a much stronger North African performance, which

will buoy the region to some extent.

Key Views

Downgrades to the vehicle sales forecasts for the GCC states has resulted in a contraction of 8.1% for the

region in 2016.

North Africa will be the best performing sub-region in MENA, led by Morocco and Tunisia.

Morocco is becoming the vehicle manufacturing hub of the region as investment continues to flow in

from the vehicle and component side.

Table of Contents

  • BMI Industry View
  • Key Views
  • Industry Forecast
    • Table: MENA Historical Data And Forecasts 2014-2020
  • Latest Developments
  • Structural Trends
  • Oil Exporters See Sales Decline
  • Egypt A Drag On North Africa
  • Industry Risk Reward Ratings
  • Industry Risk/Reward Index
  • Region Losing Global Standing
  • Saudi Arabia On The Brink
  • Morocco Becomes A Regional Bright Spot
  • Regional Overview
  • MENA
    • Table: MENA Autos Production Investment
  • Morocco Makes Its Mark
  • Oman Becoming A GCC Hub
  • PSA Commitment A Win For Iran
  • Methodology
  • Industry Forecasts
  • Sector-Specific Methodology
  • Sources
  • Risk/Reward Index Methodology
    • Table: Automotive Risk/Reward Index Indicators And Weighting Of Indicators
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