Egypt Metals Report 2015

Egypt Metals Report 2015

Includes 3 FREE quarterly updates

BMI View: We forecast modest growth in the Egyptian steel sector over the coming years, in line with our outlook for the wider economy. We expect the political situation to continue to show exhibit greater stability over the coming quarters and for stabilisation in the Egyptian pound.
We remain positive about the effects of Egypt's transition towards a democratic government, as investors will begin to look more favourably towards the country as a potential market to work with. We have seen these positive effects on the country are already beginning to show. For 2014, we forecast steady Egyptian steel production growth on the back of greater investment in expanding production capacity and more stability in the country following the 2013 ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as greater investment pouring in from Gulf countries looking diversify their regional portfolios.
BMI Industry View 5
SWOT 7
Metals SWOT 7
Industry Forecast 9
Steel: Need For Imports To Fill The Deficit 9
Table: Steel Production & Consumption (Egypt 2011-2019) 12
Table: Steel Industry Historical Data (Egypt 2006-2013) 12
Table: Egypt - Steel Production Historical Data ('000 tonnes, unless stated) 13
Regulatory Development 14
Tax Regime 14
Corruption: A Key Concern 14
Table: Egypt - Political Overview 15
Commodities Forecast 17
Global - Metals: Lower Costs And Weak Demand To Anchor Prices 17
Metal Price Weakness: Chinese Equity Slump & US Dollar Strength 18
US Dollar Strength To Anchor Weak Metal Prices 19
Steel: Oversupply To Subdue Prices Until 2017 21
Table: BMI Steel Price Forecast 21
Market Balance: Surplus To Persist Until 2017 24
Table: Steel Forecasts (2015-2019) 29
Competitive Landscape 30
Table: Ezz Steel Facilities 30
Table: MENA - Largest Metal Companies 32
Company Profile 33
Ezz Steel 33
Table: Ezz Steel - Financial Data 34
Methodology 35
Cross Checks 35
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