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中东、北非 (MENA)的通讯产业 (季度更新报告)

Middle East And North Africa Telecommunications Q2 2019

出版商 Fitch Solutions, Inc. 商品编码 366126
出版日期 内容资讯 英文 31 Pages
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中东、北非 (MENA)的通讯产业 (季度更新报告) Middle East And North Africa Telecommunications Q2 2019
出版日期: 2019年02月05日内容资讯: 英文 31 Pages
简介

本报告提供中东、北非 (MENA) 各国的通讯产业结构和最新趋势相关分析,估计,产业今后的产业规模的动向的课题 (风险) 和未来商机 (利润) 相关评估,各领域、各国详细趋势,政府的政策、规定,主要企业简介等资讯汇整,为您概述为以下内容。

BMI的见解

  • 市场最新趋势产业的发展

产业预测

  • 最新趋势
  • 结构的趋势

产业的风险/利润、等级

  • 中东、北非 (MENA)的通讯产业:风险/利润指标

市场概况

  • 产业趋势分析
  • MENA的电子商务
  • MENA的数位付款概况:2种市场继续并存

企业简介

  • Etisalat

词汇表

分析方法

  • 产业预测技术
  • 资讯来源
  • 风险/利润指标技术

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目录
Product Code: SSM01_20190401

Key View:

As saturation weighs down various markets in the MENA region, operators aim to migrate customers to more advanced plans and upsell new services as part of a convergence strategy, particularly those services that make use of their investments into mobile and fixed broadband.

Specifically, operators are modernising their existing infrastructure, improving their video-on-demand offerings and entering the lucrative private sector through partnerships with international players. Together, we believe that economic diversification, improvements in the security and political environments and investment into advanced technologies will have a positive impact on overall growth.

Table of Contents

Key View

Industry Forecast

Industry Risk/Reward Index

  • High Rewards, Low Risks Keep MENA Telecoms Index Buoyant

Industry Trend Analysis

  • Egypt's Limited Fixed Broadband Infrastructure To Hamper Etisalat's Convergence Plans
  • Content Partnerships A Boost For Du, But Not Enough To Displace Etisalat
  • Egypt's Limited Fixed Broadband Infrastructure To Hamper Etisalat's Convergence Plans

Global Company Strategy

  • Etisalat Global Company Strategy: Ambitions In Digital Services Limited To UAE
  • Zain: Private Sector And Partnerships To Drive Revenue Diversification

Telecommunications Glossary

Telecommunications Methodology

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