Regional markets

A wide range of trends and topics in the telecoms, media and related technology (TMT) industry affect multiple markets worldwide, but there is also a unique set of issues and characteristics for each specific regional market. The TMT landscape in Europe, for example, is completely different from that in the Middle East and Africa, which again is very different from Asia–Pacific.

Our range of regional market programmes delve into the unique challenges and opportunities of specific geographical regions around the world. The research is headed by experienced analysts and consultants who live in the regions in which they are researching, across the network of Analysys Mason offices worldwide.

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  • Emerging Asia–Pacific telecoms market: interim forecast update 2016–2021

    The telecoms market in emerging Asia–Pacific will provide growth opportunities for operators in the IoT, fixed broadband, IPTV and mobile data revenue segments. This report shows the changes we have made to our forecasts for emerging Asia–Pacific for the period 2016 to 2021, and explains recent market developments and operator investments in the region.

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  • Latin America telecoms market: interim forecast update 2016–2021

    Revenue growth in Latin America (LATMA) will be slow because strong competition between MNOs, MVNOs and OTT competitors in the mobile market will drive down prices (particularly in voice), while the fixed broadband market will continue to grow. This report examines key trends and drivers and provides telecoms market forecasts for the LATAM region as a whole and for six key countries.

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  • Sub-Saharan Africa telecoms market: interim forecast update 2016–2021

    Telecoms service revenue in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) will grow at a 3.5% CAGR during 2016–2021 to USD54.1 billion amidst macroeconomic challenges. This report provides an interim update of our 5-year forecast of more than 175 mobile and fixed KPIs for SSA as a whole and for 11 key countries.

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