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Pioneering One Africa: The Companies Blazing a Trail Across the Continent

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Despite multiple barriers, economic integration in Africa is not only taking place, but also gathering speed. The primary drivers of this process are African businesses.

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Pioneering One Africa: The Companies Blazing a Trail Across the Continent

  1. 1. APRIL 2018 African corporations trail blazing across the continent Pioneering One Africa
  2. 2. 1 Copyright©2018byTheBostonConsultingGroup,Inc.Allrightsreserved. Africa is geographically fragmented North America1 East Asia Africa Europe South America Avg. distance between major cities (km) Avg. flight time between major cities (hours) 12h 3h 7h 7h 5h 4 100 1 300 3 400 2 200 3 700 1. Includes countries from Central America and Caribbean. Sources: Encyclopedia Britannica; Flight Search Engine; BCG analysis. 1 10 25 75 200 Per sq km Persons Cities over 4,000,000 Algiers Casablanca Cape Town Dakar Lagos Ibadan Cairo Alexandria Kano Abidjan Accra Johannesburg Durban Mogadishu Pretoria Luanda Nairobi Addis Ababa Kinshasa Dar es Salaam
  3. 3. 2 Copyright©2018byTheBostonConsultingGroup,Inc.Allrightsreserved. Africa is geographically fragmented North America East Asia Africa Europe South America1 # countries per Tn$ GDP # countries per billion pop. 1. Including countries from Central America and Caribbean. Note : Europe refers to the European Union Source: Worldbank, BCG analysis 24 1,7 3,8 0,7 0,1 6 6 43 55 28
  4. 4. 3 Copyright©2018byTheBostonConsultingGroup,Inc.Allrightsreserved. Trade zones created to integrate Africa but too complex North America East Asia Africa Europe South America2 # of trade zones Countries that require a visa (%)1 1. Includes countries that require a visa before departure and on arrival for people from the same continent. 2. Includes countries from Central America and Caribbean Sources: World Bank; BCG analysis. UMA CEMAC MRU WAMZ LGA UEMOA ECOWAS SACU CEPGL IGAD EAC SADC ECCAS COMESA AFRICAN UNION CEN-SAD Continent 16 80 0 29 27 9 4 6 1 1
  5. 5. 4 Copyright©2018byTheBostonConsultingGroup,Inc.Allrightsreserved. Africa is logistically fragmented North America2 East Asia Africa Europe South America Intraregional trade cost1 (% of ex-works value) 1. Arithmetic average of trade costs are expressed in ad valorem equivalent form, i.e. as a percentage of the (domestic) value of the goods – doesn't consider the volumes traded, ex-works referring to the cost of product when exiting factory 2. Includes countries from Central America and Caribbean Sources: ESCAP-World Bank Trade Costs Database; BCG analysis. Continent Major port Main roads Not operational Existing rail lines Proposed rail upgrades and new lines 320 90 200 140 140
  6. 6. 5 Copyright©2018byTheBostonConsultingGroup,Inc.Allrightsreserved. However, African integration is actually happening 2015–2016 10 2006–2007 4 2015–2016 65 2006–2007 41 19 2006–2007 30 2015–2016 6 13 12 18 Total FDI inflows to Africa (%) Intra-African greenfield FDI ($ billions) Total exports from Africa (%) Intra-African exports ($ billions) 44 54 46 53 Intraregional M&A deals (#) African deals in total number of deals (%) M&A Africa acquires in Africa People Africans travel to Africa African tourists (Millions of tourists) Total tourists inflows to Africa (%) Foreign direct investment Africa invests in Africa Goods trade Africa trades with Africa 418 2006–2007 238 2015–2016 1. Arithmetic average of trade costs are expressed in ad valorem equivalent form, i.e. as a percentage of the (domestic) value of the goods – doesn't consider the volumes traded, ex-works referring to the cost of product when exiting factory 2. Includes countries from Central America and Caribbean Sources: ESCAP-World Bank Trade Costs Database; BCG analysis.
  7. 7. 6 Copyright©2018byTheBostonConsultingGroup,Inc.Allrightsreserved. These 150 companies are pioneers of African integration Source: BCG analysis. Belgium • Société de Distribution Africaine Canada • Skypower China • COSCO • Huawei Technologies • ZTE Denmark • Maersk France • Accor Hotels • Air France • Bolloré • Castel • CFAO Group • CMA CGM • Danone • Engie • Jeune Afrique Media Group • L'Oréal • Orange • Wendel Group Germany • Adidas • Allianz • DHL • Merck India • Bharti Airtel • Essar Group • Godrej • Mahindra Group Indonesia • Indofood Italy • Mediterranean Shipping Company Japan • Sumitomo Corporation • Toyota Luxembourg • Millicom International Cellular Netherlands • Heineken • Philips • Vlisco Portugal • Mota Engil Africa Qatar • Qatar National Bank Singapore • Indorama • Olam • Pacific International Lines South Korea • Samsung Switzerland • LafargeHolcim • Nestlé • Novartis • Roche UAE • The Abraaj Group • Emirates • DP World UK • Actis • BBC • Development Partners International • Diageo • G4S • GlaxoSmithKline • Helios Investment Partners • Lonrho • Old Mutual • SABMiller • Standard Chartered • Unilever • Vodafone US • The Carlyle Group • Citigroup • Coca-Cola • Emerging Capital Partners • General Electric • IBM • JP Morgan • Kellog Company • Microsoft • Moneygram • Procter & Gamble • PepsiCo • UPS • Visa • Western Union 75 Multinational Companies75 African Companies South Africa • Ascendis Health • Aspen Pharmacare • Atterbury Property Developments • Aurecon Heritage Companies • Barloworld • The Bidvest Group • Datatec • Dimension Data • Discovery • Distell • Distribution and Warehousing Network • Econet • Ethos Private Equity • Famous Brands • FirstRand • Hudaco Industries • Imperial Holdings • Massmart • MTN Group • Nando's • Naspers • Oceana Group • Omnia Holdings • Promasidor • Sanlam • Sasol • Shoprite • Standard Bank • Stefanutti Stocks Holdings • Steinhoff International • Tsebo • Woolworths Algeria • Cevital Senegal • Teyliom Group Nigeria • Dangote Group • Globacom • Guaranty Trust Bank • Jumia • Nigerian Breweries • United Bank for Africa Morocco • Attijariwafa Bank • BMCE Bank of Africa • Groupe Addoha/Cimaf • Groupe Banque Populaire • HPS • Maroc Telecom/Etisalat • OCP Group • Optorg • Royal Air Maroc • Saham Côte d’Ivoire • NSIA • Sunu Assurances Angola • Refriango Tanzania • Bakhresa • METL Group Togo • Ecobank Tunisia • AfricInvest • Groupe Elloumi Mauritius • AllAfrica.com • Smile Telecoms Holding Kenya • Bidco • Equity Bank • M-KOPA • Nation Media Group • Safaricom • Techno Brain Egypt • The Arab Contractors • Elsewedy Electric • Groupe Mansour • Qalaa Holding Ethiopia • Ethiopian Airlines Rwanda • RwandAir Botswana • Letshego Zimbabwe • Seedco Uganda • Mukwano Group 10 1 2 1 4 2 1 1 1 32 1 6 1 1 6 1 2 2
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