Rwanda joint Venture with Korea Telecom to Provide National LTE Network by 2016, Reveals New Report

The Rwandan telecom sector has shown particularly strong growth in recent years, buttressed by a vibrant economy and a GDP which has sustained growth of between 7% and 8% annually since 2008. As a result, the country is rapidly catching up with other markets in Africa, with increased penetration particularly evident in the internet and mobile sectors.

Although the country was slow to liberalise the mobile sector, allowing South Africa’s MTN a monopoly until 2006 when the fixed-line incumbent, Rwandatel became the second mobile operator, there is effective competition among the three current operators, each of which provides wide geographic coverage. The launch of services from Millicom/Tigo in 2009 sparked renewed subscriber growth, though competition has eroded mobile services revenue and ARPU since then.

Rwanda’s internet and broadband sector has suffered from limited fixed-line infrastructure and high prices, but developments in the fixed network market are improving connectivity and reliability. The operators are rolling out national fibre-optic backbone networks which also allow them to connect to the international submarine fibre-optic cables that landed on the African east coast in 2009 and 2010. These cables have given the entire region fibre-based international bandwidth for the first time and brought to an end its dependency on satellites.

Interest from investors in the country’s ICT sector remains strong, particularly during the last few years. An existing deal with Korea Telecom to build a national fibre backbone was supplemented in September 2013 with a deal by which Korea Telecom will build a national LTE network, for which it has secured spectrum and an exclusive licence to operate the network for 25 years.

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Peru – MNP Portings to Be Reduced To 24 Hours, Coinciding With Launch of Viettels Mobile Service, Reveals New Report

Peru’s fixed-line teledensity is the third lowest in South America after Bolivia and Paraguay. A number of obstacles to growth in the sector remain, exacerbated by the popularity of mobile services as a preferred alternative in many rural areas where fixed-line infrastructure remains poor. The Telecommunications Investment Fund FITEL provides subsidies for telecom services in rural areas and other places that are considered uneconomical for telcos.

Telefnica del Per (trading as Movistar) dominates the telephony market, followed by Amrica Mvil’s Claro division and Americatel Per.

Although Peru’s mobile penetration is below the regional average, the market remains very uneven, with low penetration in rural areas while multiple SIM card use is popular in urban areas. The market is a triopoly of Telefnica (Movistar), Amrica Mvil (Claro) and Americatel Per (Emtel). Vietnam’s Viettel is expected to launch services later in 2014, following many delays, while Virgin Mobile also plans to enter the market as a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO). The market has considerable potential to expand, especially if economic growth continues in coming years.

Broadband penetration is considerably lower than the regional average. The country remains affected by wide-scale poverty, limited levels of literacy, low computer penetration, and poor competition, which has made broadband services among the slowest and most expensive in the region. Nevertheless, strong broadband growth is predicted during the next five years at least as a result of the government’s national broadband plan which aims to provide internet connectivity via a fibre-optic backbone to many less urbanised regions. Mobile broadband will be the main growth platform.

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Poland possesses an estimated 1.8 billion bbl of shale oil and 146 tcf of shale gas resources, Reveals New Report

China and Australia Emerge as Major Upcoming Markets for Shale Developments

The development of unconventional oil and gas resources is gaining momentum across the world, with China and Australia becoming two of the most important emerging markets for shale and Coal Bed Methane (CBM) exploration. China has approximately 643 billion barrels (bbl) of risked, prospective shale oil and 4,746 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of risked shale gas in-place, of which around 32 billion bbl and 1,115 tcf are estimated to be technically recoverable. Australia is also witnessing a substantial development of CBM and shale gas resources. The country already has a well-developed CBM industry, which would support anumber of planned liquefied natural gas export projects.

According to Senior Analyst, Says: “China is aiming to develop its shale oil and gas and CBM resources rapidly, in order to meet increasing demand for these products. However, a fast commercialization of China’s shale resources could be difficult, because of the country’s shale geology, its nascent horizontal drilling and fracturing services industry, and water scarcity.”

Other countries, such as ARGENTINA, POLAND, CANADA AND VENEZUELA, have also been increasing investment in their shale gas resources. Poland possesses an estimated 1.8 billion bbl of shale oil and 146 tcf of shale gas resources, while Argentina’s estimated technically recoverable shale resources amount to 27 billion bbl oil and 802 tcf of gas.

According to Senior Analyst Continues: ” The Cooper Basin Has Emerged As Particularly Well-Suited For Shale Development, Due to The Presence Of Substantial Gas Processing Capacity, Gas-Pipeline Infrastructure and Service Providers For Fracking and Well Drilling Activities In The Nearby Area.

Argentina Has A Suitable Geology For The Extraction Of Shale Oil and Gas, Especially In The Neuquen Basin. Some Of The Major International Companies That Have Announced Plans to Invest In Shale Projects In Argentina Include Dow, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell and Wintershall,” Gatdula Concludes.

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  • Analysis of the CBM and CSG industries in China and Australia
  • Overview, developments and key challenges in the oil sands industry in Canada
  • Update on resources, development and challenges for extra-heavy oil development in Venezuela.

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China Large Bus Industry Report, 2013-2017, New Report Launched

According to China Large Bus Industry Report, 2013-2017 released by Publisher, China’s output of large buses is expected to reach 92,000 units in 2017, with the growth rate being in a stage of slow growth affected by market demand.

In 2013, the production and sales of large buses in China amounted to 79,200 units and 79,100 units respectively, rising 5.4% and 5.2% from a year earlier but a separate drop of 4.8 percentage points and 4.7 percentage points from last-year growth rates. In Q1 2014, the production and sales of large buses in China showed a respective year-on-year decline of 5.5% and 5.0% to 14,500 units and 14,800 units.

As far as vehicle model is concerned, the production and sales of new-energy bus has presented a fairly high growth rate benefitting from the policies by Central and local governments for vigorously promoting new energy vehicle in recent years. In 2013, the sales proportion of large new energy bus in large bus rose from 23.6% in 2012 to 40.4%, a surge of 16.8 percentage points.

In terms of competitive landscape for sales volume, the top five large bus companies are Kinglong Motor Group, Yutong Group, Zhong Tong Bus, FOTON, and Jinhua Youngman Automobile, among which Kinglong and Yutong enjoy absolute superiority, with their sales in 2013 hitting 25,930 units and 25,584 units respectively and accounting for 32.4% and 32.8% of sales volume, a total share of 65.2%.

The report involves seven chapters and 88 charts, highlights the overview of Chinese commercial vehicle market, overview and competition pattern of large bus market, the industrial policies on and market of new energy bus in China as well as China’s incomplete large bus market and competitive landscape, and at length introduces profile, bus production and sales, R&D investment, financial highlights, developments and otherwise of 15 leading bus enterprises consisting of Yutong Group, Kinglong Motor Group, Zhong Tong Bus, etc.

Spanning over 90 pages, China Large Bus Industry Report, 2013-2017” report covering the Industry’s Macro Environment, Overview of Commercial Vehicle Industry, Development of China Commercial Vehicle Industry, Development of China Large Bus Market, Large Bus Incomplete Vehicle Market, Large New-energy Bus Market, Key Enterprises. The report covered 14 companies – Yutong Group, Kinglong Motor Group, Zhong Tong Bus, FOTON, Jinhua Youngman Automobile-Manufacturing Co., Ltd, Anhui Ankai Automobile, Shanghai Sunwin Bus Corporation, Dandong Huanghai Automobile Co., Ltd, Chongqing Hengtong Bus Co.,Ltd, Yangzhou Asiastar Bus Co., Ltd, Guilin Bus Industry Group, Beijing North Huade Neoplan Bus Co., Ltd, Shanghai Shenlong Bus Co., Ltd (Sunlong), BYD

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China Bus Industry Report, 2014-2017, New Report Launched

According to China Bus Industry Report, 2014-2017 is predicted that by 2017 the total sales volume of buses in China will exceed 690,000 units, and that in the upcoming several years, the sales volume of buses in China will present an AAGR of 9% or so.

In 2013, large, medium-sized and light buses sold in China totaled477,000 units, up 12.1% from 2012. In terms of sales volume, Brilliance Jinbei Automobile sold 104,000 buses in 2013, holding 21.8% of the national total and ranking the first, followed by Kinglong Motor Group, JMC, Yutong Bus and Nanjing Automobile. In Q1 2014, the sales volume of buses in China amounted to 112,978 units, rising 13.6%compared with the same period of 2013.

In point of products, the large busessold in Chinatotaled 79,067 units in 2013, a year-on-year increase of 5.2%. However, the steady demand from long-distance passenger transportation market and rapid growth in demand from new energy bus market contributed largely to the continued growth of large bus market in 2013. In Q1 2014, the demand from long-distance passenger transportation marketshrank, with the sales volume of large buses dropping 5.0% year-on-year.

In 2013, the sales volume of medium-sized buses reached 68,713 units, down 2.1% from 2012. And the downsizing of school buses and the reduced demand from passenger transportation market in rural and urban areas mainly led to the decline in sales volume of medium-sized buses.

In 2013, light bus market outperformed most other bus markets and the sales volume maintained a fairly rapid growth rate, with the sales volume for 2013 hitting 329,315 units, up 17.5% from 2012. Between 2008 and 2013, the sales volume of light buses showed a CAGR of 17.7%, better than overall bus market performance over the same period. In terms of competition pattern of light bus market, Brilliance Jinbei Automobile ranked first in sales volume, with 2013’s sales volume reaching 103,800 units, up 11.9% from a year ago and accounting for 31.5% of the national total sales of light buses,38,500 units more than that of JMC as the second, which brought an obviousmarket advantage.

China Bus Industry Report, 2014-2017 by Publisher involves 6 chapters and 129 charts, including the overview of China’s overall automobile industry, bus industry policies, the market size, competition pattern and future development trend of bus market and market segments. Additionally, the report has introduced the profile, production and sales, main products and supporting manufacturers of 15 major domestic vehicle manufacturers such as Yutong Bus, Kinglong Motor Group,Zhongtong Bus and Jinbei Automotive Company.

Spanning over 102 pages, China Bus Industry Report, 2014-2017” report covering the Industry’s Macro-Environment Analysis, Relevant Policies and Development Planning, Development of Bus Market in China, Imports & Exports, Competition Pattern of Bus Market in China, Major Enterprises. The report covered 15 companies – Yutong Bus, Kinglong Motor Group, Zhongtong Bus , Foton, Anhui Ankai Automobile, SG Automotive Group, Asiastar, BYD, Sinotruk, Brilliance Jinbei Automobile, JMC, Dongfeng Motor Corporation, JAC, Jinhua Youngman Automobile-Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Shanghai Sunwin Bus Corporation.

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China Basic Passenger Vehicle Industry Report, 2014-2017, New Report Launched

According to China Basic Passenger Vehicle Industry Report, 2014-2017, is predicted that the production of basic passenger vehicles in China will amount to 17.01 million units by 2017.

In 2013, the production of basic passenger vehicles in China was 12.1008 million units, up 12.36% from a year earlier. During the period from January to April 2014, the production and sales volume of basic passenger vehicles (cars) totaled 4.1042 million units and 4.1464 million units respectively, a year-on-year increase of 3.76% and 4.88% separately. In 2013, the top 5 auto makers were FAW-Volkswagen, Shanghai Volkswagen, Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company, Beijing Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd. and Shanghai General Motors Co., Ltd., of which Volkswagen Group occupied 22.35% of the overall market share.

In terms of the levels of basic passenger vehicles, influenced by the adjusted vehicle purchase tax on passenger cars with 1.6L or lower displacement as well as the subsidies for energy-saving vehicles, A-class vehicle has seen a rising market share from 2009 on, from 50% in 2008 to 60%. It is projected that A-class vehicles will continue to take the lead in market share by 2014. However, in the overall passenger vehicle market, the Chinese consumers prefer mid-sized and large vehicles. Therefore, basic passenger vehicles would be squeezed by SUV market.

China Basic Passenger Vehicle Industry Report, 2014-2017 by Publisher involves 6 chapters and 79 charts, including the overview of China’s overall automobile industry, the production and sales and competition pattern of basic passenger vehicles, and major vehicle models sold in market segments. Additionally, the report also introduced the profile and overall production and sales of basic passenger vehicle manufacturers, as well as production and sales, production bases and future development planning of basic passenger vehicles.

Spanning over 95 pages, China Basic Passenger Vehicle Industry Report, 2014-2017” report covering the Industry’s Macro-Environment Analysis, Definition and Classification of Basic Passenger Vehicles, China Passenger Vehicle Market, Development of Basic Passenger Vehicle Market, Production and Sales of Segmented Basic Passenger Vehicles, Major Enterprises. The report covered 14 companies – Shanghai Volkswagen, FAW-Volkswagen, Beijing Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd., Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company, Shanghai General Motors Co., Ltd., Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen Automobile Company Ltd., Changan Ford Automobile Co., Ltd., Shanghai GM Dongyue Motors Limited, Dongfeng Yueda Kia Motor Co., Ltd., Guangzhou Honda Automobile Co., Ltd., FAW TOYOTA Motor Sales Co., Ltd., Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, BYD Auto Co., Ltd.

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Australia – Tablets and Other Smart Devices Clear Winners in a Fragmenting Entertainment Market, Reveals New Report

The broadcasting markets – FTA TV, STV, IPTV, Digital TV and Mobile TV have seen a number of changes over the last couple of years. These changes have included digitalisation of the Free-to-Air transmission frequencies, digital radio rollouts and continuing trials, increased availability of subscription TV, hotting up of the IPTV market and more TV viewing on mobile devices. As a result of this tightly contested market we have seen some lowering of access charges for some of the subscription-based services. Often the audiences are altering their viewing patterns using available technology some legal and some questionable, with apps as well as online access to suit lifestyles and their viewing preferences rather than what the industry prescribes them to do.

Also in 2014 the online advertising sector is gaining a further percentage of revenue and it overtook the revenues of the FTA industry. Many of the traditional TV companies are already struggling and will now need to move faster if they are to remain viable towards 2020 when the NBN rollout should see most Australians with fast broadband that allows full-streaming digital access. The broadcasters are now hoping that subscription video on demand (SVoD) content can bring back revenue to them as they try to convert their catch-up viewers to this paying model from the current free replay services that they also provide.

With subscription TV household penetration still languishing below 30%, we are seeing more content available over-the-top (OTT) through the IPTV service providers. Telstra, the largest, has more than 600,000 customers to its bundled Pay TV service. Other providers in the growing paid for IPTV market include FetchTV, Quickflix, EzyTV, FOXTEL’s Presto, while some overseas companies including Netflix are eagerly watching the market.

There is a correlation between the availability of high-speed broadband and IPTV usage and Publisher estimates that further increases in high-speed broadband penetration will drive new IPTV developments. The rapid growth of smartphones and tablets is also giving this market a boost, as well as new business models like pay-per-view. By far the largest growth in IPTV video entertainment comes from user-generated content services such as YouTube, Facebook and a whole new range of services of short, and even super-short, videos. Catch-up TV would be the second largest category and the ABC’s iView is the clear winner here.

The addition of revenue streams from alternative ways of watching subscription TV such as IPTV is being watched from within the industry.

The FTA broadcasters as well as the marketers and advertisers who also need a return on their investments are watching all the available content options. There are still many years for the standard TV market to have its monopoly-based content system available until the NBN becomes ubiquitous across Australia, when alternative digital streams become commonplace and ubiquitous, it is now the time to get higher penetration rates.

Watching mobile video from tablets, catch-up on PCs and other mobile devices requires more and more data bandwidth. Streamed programs on 3G or 4G are fast becoming data hogs on the mobile networks. As small data caps are normally the only available option due to pricing and availability, usage is somewhat limited in 2014/15 as a typical TV show uses around 500MB in a two hour session. But this does not deter many viewers with WiFi connectivity as the number one catch-up service, iView has more than 50% of its viewers using it on a mobile device.

Although its advertising base is growing, the radio market continues to lose share to other new media sectors. While radio is still available over AM and FM frequencies and almost three-quarters of all radio is commercially operated, other technology including digital radio, podcasting and converged multi-media technologies are offering new revenue opportunities, threats and challenges.

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Uzbekistan’s Mining Fiscal Regime – H1 2014, New Report Launched

The mining industry is Uzbekistan is governed by the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Geology and Mineral Resources, The State Inspectorate for Supervision and the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Nature Protection. Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On Subsoil” is the apex law for mining industry in Uzbekistan. According to the Subsoil law, minerals in Uzbekistan are the property of the state, subject to rational use and protection by the state.

Publisher’s Uzbek fiscal regime report outlines governing bodies, governing laws, mining licenses, rights and obligations and key fiscal terms covering 4 commodities: gold, copper, silver and uranium.

Scope

The report outlines Uzbek’s governing bodies, governing laws, mine licenses, rights and obligations, key fiscal terms which includes Subsoil use tax, Excess profit tax, Bonus (Subscription and Commercial Exploration), Corporate Tax, Real property tax, Withholding tax, Depreciation, Losses Carried Forward and VAT.

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  • The mining industry is Uzbekistan is governed by the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Geology and Mineral Resources, The State Inspectorate for Supervision and the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Nature Protection.
  • The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Nature Protection has been established by the Decree of the Presidium of Supreme Soviet of Uzbek SSR .
  • The State Inspectorate for Supervision is overseen by the council of Ministers of the USSR formed by № 1048 of December16, 1947. On the basis of the Cabinet of Ministers of January 10, 1996 № 17 Gosgortechnadzor Uzbek SSR was renamed the State the State Committee of Uzbekistan.
  • According to the law, minerals are the property of the State in Uzbekistan. The basic main of the law is to regulate the scope of the relationship when processing, using and disposing of subsoil.

Spanning over 19 pages, Uzbekistan’s Mining Fiscal Regime – H1 2014” report covering The Uzbek Mining Industry – Governing Bodies, The Uzbek Mining Industry – Governing Laws, The Uzbek Mining Industry – Mining Licenses, The Uzbek Mining industry – Rights and Obligations, The Uzbek Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms, Appendix.

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Kazakhstan’s Mining Fiscal Regime – H1 2014, New Report Launched

Kazakhstan produces a variety of mineral resources such as gold, copper, silver, uranium, coal, iron ore, and other ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The mining industry in Kazakhstan is governed by the Ministry of Industry and New Technology and Ministry of Environmental Protection. The Law of Subsoil and Subsoil Use is the main regulating law for mining activities in the country.

Publisher’s Kazakh fiscal regime report outlines governing bodies, governing laws, mining ownership and licensing methods, mining rights and obligations and key fiscal terms covering 11 commodities: coal, iron ore, zinc, lead, copper, bauxite, gold, silver, chromium, manganese and uranium.

Scope

The report outlines Kazakh’s governing bodies, governing laws, mine ownership and licenses, mining rights and obligations, key fiscal terms which includes Signing Bonus, Commercial Discovery Bonus, Payment to Compensate for Historic Cost, Tax on Production of Useful Minerals, Excess Profits Tax, Land Tax, Corporate Income Tax, Loss Carry Forward, Withholding Taxes, VAT.

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  • The mining industry in Kazakhstan is governed by the Ministry of Industry and New Technology and Ministry of Environmental Protection.
  • The Law of Subsoil and Subsoil Use is the main regulating law for mining activities in the country.
  • Departments under the Ministry include the Investment Committee, the Industry Committee, the Committee for Technical Regulation and Metrology, the Committee for State Energy Supervision and Control, the Tourism Industry Committee, and the Committee for Geology and Subsoil use.
  • The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade is the executive body of the Republic of Kazakhstan. It is responsible for the implementation of state policy, legislation on the commodity market and promotional activities in investment and trade.

Spanning over 19 pages, Kazakhstan’s Mining Fiscal Regime – H1 2014” report covering The Kazakh Mining Industry – Governing Bodies, The Kazakh Mining Industry – Governing Laws, The Kazakh Mining Industry– Mining Ownership and Licensing Methods, The Kazakh Mining Industry – Mining Rights and Obligations, The Kazakh Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms, Appendix

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India’s Mining Fiscal Regime – H1 2014, New Report Launched

The mining industry in India is governed by Ministry of Mines, Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM) and Geological Survey of India (GSI). The Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act 1957, (MMDR) as amended up to May 10, 2012 and the Mines Act 1952, together with the rules and regulations framed under them, constitute the basic laws governing the mining sector in India. The Union Cabinet approved the proposal to introduce the MMDR Bill 2011, which would eventually replace the 1957 Act once passed by parliament.

Publisher’s Indian fiscal regime report outlines governing bodies, governing laws, mining ownership and licenses, rights and obligations and tax-related information on 12 commodities: coal, iron ore, zinc, lead, copper, bauxite, gold, silver, chromium, manganese, diamond and uranium.

Scope

The report outlines India’s governing bodies, governing laws, mine ownership and licenses, mining rights and obligations, key fiscal terms which includes reconnaissance fees, prospecting fees, surface and dead rents, corporate income tax, royalty, education cess, clean energy cess and more.

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Key Highlights

  • The mining industry in India is governed by Ministry of Mines, Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM) and Geological Survey of India (GSI).
  • The Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act 1957, (MMDR) as amended up to May 10, 2012 and the Mines Act 1952, together with the rules and regulations framed under them, constitute the basic laws governing the mining sector in India. The Union Cabinet approved the proposal to introduce the MMDR Bill 2011, which would eventually replace the 1957 Act once passed by parliament.
  • The Central and the state governments are responsible for managing the mineral resources in India.
  • The Ministry of Coal is an authorized body and oversees the administration and development policies and strategies, non-coking coal, lignite deposits and mining operations in India. It also supervises production, demand, supply, distribution and price-related matters for coal. The ministry is also in charge of the administration of the Coal Mines Provident Fund Organization (CMPFO) and Coal Mines Welfare Organization (CMWO).
  • The Subsoil Law is the main law in the mining industry, providing all relevant laws and regulations regarding subsoil use in the Russian Federation. Other regional laws on subsoil are also applicable to the mining industry.

Spanning over 23 pages, India’s Mining Fiscal Regime – H1 2014” report covering The Indian Mining Industry – Governing Bodies, The Indian Mining Industry – Governing Laws, The Indian Mining Industry – Mining Ownership and Licenses, The Indian Mining Industry – Rights and Obligations, The Indian Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms, Appendix

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