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30 October 2014
Our second in-depth review of the Yangon real estate market is now available to purchase.

The Q3 2014 Yangon Real Estate Review contains more than 200 pages of information, covering residential and commercial market analysis, developer profiles, data, legislation, maps, district-by-district profiles, and comprehensive details and maps of over 70 in-progress or prospective projects in Yangon.

Researched during the past three months by Frontier's local and international staff in Yangon, this is an essential resource for companies Read more »
11 May 2014
We're excited to announce that our office in Yangon is now up and running.

Our team of local and international staff offer a range of custom and subscription-based research services on Myanmar, one of the world's most dynamic and newly-opening economies.

To discuss how we can help your organisation in Myanmar, please contact Michael Guarino on michael.guarino@frontiermea.com

Alternatively, visit our office at:

Room 12, Building 27
Shwe Ohn Pin Housing
Yankin Township

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30 April 2014
We've recently begun work on a hospitality and tourism study in Accra, on behalf of an existing hotel and real estate owner.

The hotel market in the capital is changing rapidly, with several new branded properties expected to open in the next 48 months and demand patterns in flux thanks to the development of emerging sectors, such as oil and gas.

Our brief is to analyse these changes, examine how they might affect our client's business, and Read more »
04 February 2014
Over the past few months we've been working in Libya on several market and feasibility studies in the hospitality sector.

One recently-completed project has been in Misrata, one of the country's most vibrant business hubs, where we looked at the current and future state of the hotel market in the city. Despite the stream of bad political and security news coming out of Libya, hotels in Misrata are performing strongly and several owners have plans to Read more »
20 January 2014
We're pleased to announce that our new Ghana Monitor site is now live.

You can find it at www.theghanamonitor.com

Over the next few months we'll be working to develop the site into Ghana's leading source of economic, business and financial information, and will also be offering business and market research services from our office in Accra.

For more information please get in touch using the following contacts:

471 Troas Crescent
+233 (0) 545 988 350
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01 January 2014
We wish all our readers and subscribers a peaceful and prosperous 2014!
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20 December 2013
The Ministry of Culture and Civil Society has agreed to buy a French mobile theatre, which will be dismantled and taken to Tripoli as part of the capital's hosting of the 2014 Arab Capital of Culture.

The sale, which was agreed on 18 December, will see Libya transport the 746-seat wooden theatre back to Tripoli next year.

The value of the purchase has not been made public, but French media report that the theatre cost some €4m Read more »
19 August 2013
Libya is currently facing arguably its biggest challenge since the end of the 2011 conflict.

It is not the recent wave of assassinations , the series of resignations from the interim government or the approval of the political isolation law, but rather the alarming and now sustained decline in oil production.

Only a few months ago all seemed to be going so well. In April, the state-owned National Oil Corporation (NOC), which manages Libya's energy sector, reported Read more »
12 June 2013
Yesterday's news that oil output has fallen to below one million barrels per day (bpd) shows the extent to which sit-ins, protests and strikes are starting to cut off the lifeblood of Libya's economy.

The alarming figures, issued by the National Oil Corporation (NOC), suggest that production has plunged by almost 40% from the 1.6 million bpd that were being pumped in April.

Output and exports have been disrupted by labour action at various oil fields and Read more »
09 June 2013
The chief of staff of the Libyan army, Yousef al-Mangoush, has stepped down in the wake of clashes in Benghazi on 7 June which killed some 30 people.

His resignation was accepted by the General National Congress (GNC), Libya's national assembly, on 9 June.

The clashes in Benghazi occurred when protesters reportedly held a demonstration outside buildings controlled by the Libya Shield, a brigade made up of fighters who took part in the 2011 conflict, to demand Read more »
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