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The Lighting Fixtures Market in Middle East and North Africa

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The Lighting Fixtures Market in Middle East and North Africa
Published: January 31, 2020 Content info: 204 Pages
Description

The Report “The lighting fixtures market in the Middle East and North Africa” (MENA), now in its seventh edition, provides historical data and trend on production, international trade and market size of the lighting fixtures industry in the MENA region highlighting the two main market segments for lighting fixtures, residential lighting and professional lighting.

Lighting Demand is broken down by segment (consumer/residential lighting, architectural/commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting) and by light source (Conventional and LED). A focus on LED lighting is provided throughout historical data and forecasts up to 2022.

The analysis also shows a breakdown of the MENA lighting fixtures exports and imports by country.

The competitive system analyses the main companies present in the region, with data on sales and market shares and short company profiles.

The geographical coverage of the report includes:

  • Gulf Countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates.
  • Middle East: Jordan, Lebanon
  • North Africa: Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia

The term “MENA” is used as synonym of: Middle East and North Africa.

The first section of the report shows the aggregate figures and the outlook of the area, including the activity trend and the competitive situation. The second part contains the analysis by single country.

For each country, a description of the distribution system is provided, highlighting the main contractors and architectural companies involved in the lighting business, the main specialist importers and distributors of lighting fixtures and the major building projects in the pipeline.

Country economic indicators (including Real growth of GDP and inflation, population indicators, construction and building activity indicators) are also given for each considered country.

Highlights

The lighting fixtures market in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA region) is estimated by CSIL to be worth US$ 3.3 billion in 2018, to reach 3.4-3.5 billion in 2020.

After a stable 2019, a new growth is expected in most of the countries in the coming year. The Region is a net importer of lighting fixtures (around US$ 2.5 billion, equal to 77% of the total consumption). In 2017 and 2018, exports have decreased and currently amount to US$ 344 million.

Since 2011 consumption of lighting fixtures registered a robust increase. However, due to the oil price implications, the market showed a negative performance in 2015 and 2016. Starting from 2017, the annual variation has returned positive. Most of the growth during 2018 comes from Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Lighting market in 2019 is growing especially in North Africa. Sales in the Gulf countries in 2020 are estimated growing by 3.4% on average.

Top 50 brands hold around 50% of the market. LED consumption has grown steeply over the last years. While in 2013 LED lighting incidence on the total was just 16%, in 2018 it was over 50 %. This trend is expected to continue in the next years: LED-based consumption will account for 70% of the total by the end of 2022.

Among the analyzed companies: 3 Brothers, Al Meer Lighting, Al Mulla Lighting, Al-Raed Al-Arabi, Asfour Crystal, Belux Eclairage, Debbas, Depa (Decolight), Eaton, Eglo, El Sewedy-Egylux, Fagerhult, Fenie Brossette, Flos, Gulf Lights Electrical, Huda Lighting, Ikea, Ingelec, Kadri Luminaire, Kandil, Ledvance, Luceco, Lumasense, Musco, Noortek, Nouran Technolight, Nubani, NVC Lighting, Opple, Rostamani (Lumina), Rouiba Eclairage, Safilum, Schréder, Signify (Philips Lighting), Siteco, Tunisie LED, Zubair Electric, Zumtobel

Table of Contents
Product Code: S.38

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

  • 0.1. Research tools and methodological notes
  • 0.2. Terminology
    • Table 0.1. Exchange rates between national currencies and USD, 2012-2019
  • 0.3. Other CSIL reports related to lighting fixtures

1. MENA: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Basic data, activity trend and forecasts
    • Table 1.1. MENA area. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
    • Table 1.2. MENA area. Consumption of lighting fixtures, forecasts 2019-2020. US$ million and percentage annual change
    • Table 1.3. MENA area. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption by country, 2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
    • Figure 1.1. MENA area. Lighting fixtures consumption positioning by country, 2019
    • Figure 1.2. MENA area. Macroeconomic positioning by country, 2019
    • Table 1.4. MENA area. Real growth of GDP, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023, by country. Percentage change
    • Table 1.5. MENA area. Inflation, 2017-2018 and forecasts 2019-2024, by country. Percentage change
    • Table 1.6. MENA area. Lighting consumption, forecasts 2019-2020, by country. Percentage change
  • 1.2. Distribution
    • Figure 1.3. MENA area. Projects distribution chart
    • Table 1.7. MENA area. Estimated breakdown of lighting fixtures sales by distribution channel in a sample of companies, 2019. Percentage share
    • Table 1.8 MENA area. Number of stores by country in a sample of furniture and furnishing chains, 2017
  • 1.3. Competition
    • Table 1.9. MENA area. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 50 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 1.3.1. Residential Lighting
    • Table 1.10. MENA. Estimated residential lighting fixtures sales and market shares among the leading companies, 2019
    • Figure 1.4. MENA area. Residential lighting. Breakdown of consumption by positioning of the lamp, 2019. Percentage share*
    • Table 1.11. MENA area. Residential lighting fixtures sales by product in a sample of companies, 2019. Percentage share
  • 1.3.2. Commercial Lighting
    • Table 1.12. MENA. Estimated commercial lighting fixtures sales and market shares among the leading companies, 2019
    • Figure 1.5. MENA area. Commercial lighting. Breakdown of consumption by product, 2019. Percentage share*
    • Figure 1.6. MENA area. Commercial lighting. Breakdown of consumption by destination, 2019. Percentage share*
    • Table 1.13. MENA area. Commercial lighting fixtures sales by product in a sample of companies, 2019. % share
    • Table 1.14. MENA area. Commercial lighting fixtures sales by destination in a sample of companies, 2019. % share
  • 1.3.3. Industrial Lighting
    • Table 1.15. MENA. Estimated industrial lighting fixtures sales and market shares among the leading companies, 2019
    • Figure 1.7. MENA area. Industrial lighting. Breakdown of consumption by destination, 2019. Percentage share*
    • Table 1.16. MENA area. Industrial lighting fixtures sales by destination in a sample of companies, 2019. % share
  • 1.3.4. Outdoor Lighting
    • Table 1.17. MENA. Estimated outdoor lighting fixtures sales and market shares among the leading companies, 2019
    • Figure 1.8. MENA area. Outdoor lighting. Breakdown of consumption by destination, 2019. Percentage share*
    • Table 1.18. MENA area. Outdoor lighting fixtures sales by destination in a sample of companies, 2019. % share
  • 1.4. Market breakdown
    • Figure 1.9. MENA area. Consumption of lighting fixtures by segment, 2019. Percentage share
  • 1.5. Light sources and IoT
    • Figure 1.10. MENA area. LED lighting incidence on total, 2010-2018 estimated sata and forecasts 2019-2022. Percentage share
    • Table 1.19. MENA. Estimated LED based lighting fixtures sales and market shares among the leading companies, 2019

2. SAUDI ARABIA

  • 2.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 2.1. Saudi Arabia. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 2.2. Forecasts
    • Table 2.2. Saudi Arabia. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 2.1. Saudi Arabia. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 2.3 Government plans
  • 2.4 International trade
    • Table 2.3. Saudi Arabia. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 2.4. Saudi Arabia. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 2.5. Saudi Arabia. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 2.6. Saudi Arabia. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
  • 2.5. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 2.2. Saudi Arabia. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 2.6. Distribution
  • Project distribution
    • Table 2.7. MENA area. Top 50 Corporations
  • Retail/commercial distribution
    • Table 2.8. Saudi Arabia. International furniture and lifestyle chains selling also residential lighting, 2015-2017
  • 2.7. Competition
    • Table 2.9 Saudi Arabia. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 50 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 2.8. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 2.10. Saudi Arabia. Economic indicators
    • Table 2.11. Saudi Arabia. Annual population of urban agglomerations with 300,000. inhabitants or more in 2018. (thousands) and projections to 2035
    • Figure 2.3. Saudi Arabia. Population growth rates for largest agglomerations, 2035/2018
    • Figure 2.4. Saudi Arabia. Population by nationality, 2018. Percentage share
    • Figure 2.5. Saudi Arabia. Number of building permits issued by region and type, 2018. Percentage share
    • Figure 2.6. Saudi Arabia. Total Commercial licenses by region, 2018. Percentage share
    • Figure 2.7. Saudi Arabia. Total Commercial licenses by region and kind, 2018. Percentage share
    • Table 2.12. Saudi Arabia. Number of hotels by typology, 2018
    • Table 2.13. Saudi Arabia. Number of furnished residence by typology, 2018
    • Table 2.14. Saudi Arabia. Development of paved roads, 2013-2018. Data in Km
    • Table 2.15. Saudi Arabia. Roads inside the cities by type, 2018. Data in units and Km
    • Table 2.16. Saudi Arabia. Major projects under way

3. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

  • 3.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 3.1. UAE. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 3.2. Forecasts
    • Table 3.2. UAE. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 3.1. UAE. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 3.3. International trade
    • Table 3.3. UAE. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 3.4. UAE. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 3.5. UAE. Exports of lamps, 2018. Breakdown by segment
    • Table 3.6. UAE. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 3.7. UAE. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 3.8. UAE. Imports of lamps, 2018. Breakdown by segment
  • 3.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 3.2. UAE. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 3.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
    • Table 3.9. UAE. Project based distribution market. Leading distributors
    • Figure 3.3. The Gulf Region. The projects business by kind of developer, 2017. Estimated percentage share
  • Retail/Commercial distribution
    • Table 3.10. UAE. Commercial/Retail distribution market. Leading distributors
    • Table 3.11. UAE. International furniture and lifestyle chains selling also residential lighting
  • 3.6. Competition
    • Table 3.12. UAE. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 50 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 3.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 3.13. UAE. Economic indicators
    • Table 3.14. UAE. Annual Population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035
    • Figure 3.4. UAE. Population growth rates for largest agglomerations, 2035/2018
    • Figure 3.5. UAE. Population by Emirate, 2018
    • Figure 3.6. UAE. The building industry, 2013-2020

4. QATAR

  • 4.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 4.1. Qatar. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 4.2. Forecasts
    • Table 4.2. Qatar. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 4.1. Qatar. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 4.3. International trade
    • Table 4.3. Qatar. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 4.4. Qatar. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
  • 4.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 4.2. Qatar. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 4.5. Distribution
  • 4.6. Competition
    • Table 4.5. Qatar. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 50 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 4.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 4.6. Qatar. Economic indicators
    • Table 4.7. Qatar. Annual Population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035
    • Figure 4.3. Qatar. Household distribution by type of Housing, 2015. Percentage share

5. KUWAIT

  • 5.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 5.1. Kuwait. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 5.2. Forecasts
    • Table 5.2. Kuwait. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 5.1. Kuwait. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 5.3. International trade
    • Table 5.3. Kuwait. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages106
    • Table 5.4. Kuwait. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 5.5. Kuwait. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages107
    • Table 5.6. Kuwait. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 5.7. Kuwait. Imports of lamps, 2017. Breakdown by segment
  • 5.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 5.2. Kuwait. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 5.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • Retail/commercial distribution
  • 5.6. Competition
    • Table 5.8. Kuwait. Lighting fixtures sales and market shares of leading companies, 2019
  • 5.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 5.9. Kuwait. Economic indicators
    • Table 5.10. Kuwait. Annual Population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up 2035

6. OMAN

  • 6.1. Basic data and activity trend
  • Table 6.1. Oman. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 6.2. Forecasts
    • Table 6.2. Oman. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 6.1. Oman. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 6.3. International trade
    • Table 6.3. Oman. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 6.4. Oman. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 6.5. Oman. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 6.6. Oman. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 6.7. Oman. Imports of lamps, 2017. Breakdown by segment
  • 6.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 6.2. Oman. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 6.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • Retail/commercial distribution
  • 6.6. Competition
    • Table 6.8. Oman. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 50 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 6.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 6.9. Oman. Economic indicators
    • Table 6.10. Oman. Annual Population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035
    • Figure 6.3. Oman. Population by nationality, 2018. Percentage share

7. BAHRAIN

  • 7.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 7.1. Bahrain. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 7.2. Forecasts
    • Table 7.2. Bahrain. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 7.1. Bahrain. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 7.3. International trade
    • Table 7.3. Bahrain. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 7.4. Bahrain. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 7.5. Bahrain. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 7.6. Bahrain. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
  • 7.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 7.2. Bahrain. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 7.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • 7.6. Competition
    • Table 7.7. Bahrain. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 40 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 7.7 Economy and demand potential
    • Table 7.8. Bahrain. Economic indicators
    • Table 7.9. Bahrain. Annual Population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035

8. LEBANON

  • 8.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 8.1. Lebanon. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 8.2. Forecasts
    • Table 8.2. Lebanon. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 8.1. Lebanon. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 8.3. International trade
    • Table 8.3. Lebanon. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 8.4. Lebanon. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 8.5. Lebanon. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 8.6. Lebanon. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 8.7. Lebanon. Imports of lamps, 2018. Breakdown by segment
  • 8.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 8.2. Lebanon. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 8.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • Retail
  • 8.6. Competition
    • Table 8.8. Lebanon. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 40 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 8.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 8.9. Lebanon. Economic indicators
    • Table 8.10. Lebanon. Annual Population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035
  • 9. JORDAN 145
  • 9.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 9.1. Jordan. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 9.2. Forecasts
    • Table 9.2. Jordan. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 9.1. Jordan. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 9.3. International trade
    • Table 9.3. Jordan. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 9.4. Jordan. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 9.5. Jordan. Imports of lamps, 2017. Breakdown by segment
  • 9.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 9.2. Jordan. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 9.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • Retail/commercial distribution
  • 9.6. Competition
    • Table 9.6. Jordan. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 40 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 9.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 9.7. Jordan. Economic indicators
    • Table 9.8v Jordan. Annual Population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035

10. EGYPT

  • 10.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 10.1. Egypt. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 10.2. Forecasts
    • Table 10.2. Egypt. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 10.1. Egypt. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 10.3. International trade
    • Table 10.3. Egypt. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 10.4. Egypt. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 10.5. Egypt. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 10.6. Egypt. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
  • 10.4. LED penetration and perspectives on connected lighting
    • Figure 10.2. Egypt. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 10.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • 10.6. Competition
    • Table 10.7. Egypt. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 40 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 10.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 10.8. Egypt. Economic indicators
    • Table 10.9. Egypt. Annual population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035

11. MOROCCO

  • 11.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 11.1. Morocco. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 11.2. Forecasts
  • Table 11.2. Morocco. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 11.1. Morocco. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 11.3. International trade
    • Table 11.3. Morocco. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 11.4. Morocco. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 11.5. Morocco. Exports of lamps, 2018. Breakdown by segment
    • Table 11.6. Morocco. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 11.7. Morocco. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 11.8. Morocco. Imports of lamps, 2018. Breakdown by segment
  • 11.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 11.2. Morocco. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 11.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • Retail/commercial distribution
  • 11.6. Competition
    • Table 11.9. Morocco. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 40 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 11.5. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 11.10. Morocco. Economic indicators
    • Table 11.11. Morocco. Annual population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035

12. TUNISIA

  • 12.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 12.1. Tunisia. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 12.2. Forecasts
    • Table 12.2. Tunisia. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 12.1. Tunisia. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 12.3. International trade
    • Table 12.3. Tunisia. Exports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 12.4. Tunisia. Exports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 12.5. Tunisia. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 12.6. Tunisia. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
  • 12.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 12.2. Tunisia. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 12.5. Distribution
  • Retail/commercial distribution
  • 12.6. Competition
    • Table 12.7. Tunisia. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 30 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 12.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 12.8 Tunisia. Economic indicators
    • Table 12.9. Tunisia. Annual population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035

13. ALGERIA

  • 13.1. Basic data and activity trend
    • Table 13.1. Algeria. Lighting fixtures basic data. Production, International trade and consumption, 2013-2018. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 13.2. Forecasts
    • Table 13.2. Algeria. Real growth of GDP and inflation, 2016-2018 and forecasts 2019-2023. Percentage change
    • Figure 13.1. Algeria. Consumption of lighting fixtures, 2019 and 2020 forecasts. US$ million and percentage annual change
  • 13.3. International trade
    • Table 13.3. Algeria. Imports of lighting fixtures and components by country and by geographical area, 2012-2017. US$ Million and percentages
    • Table 13.4. Algeria. Imports of lamps, 2013-2018. US$ Million and percentage annual change
    • Table 13.5. Algeria. Imports of lamps, 2018. Breakdown by segment
  • 13.4. LED penetration and perspectives for connected lighting
    • Figure 13.2. Algeria. LED-based consumption share in total lighting consumption, 2010-2022. Percentage share
  • 13.5. Distribution
  • Project distribution
  • Retail/commercial distribution
  • 13.6. Competition
    • Table 13.6. Algeria. Estimated lighting fixtures sales and market shares of 30 among the leading companies, 2019
  • 13.7. Economy and demand potential
    • Table 13.7. Algeria. Economic indicators
    • Table 13.8. Algeria. Annual population of urban agglomerations with 300,000 inhabitants or more in 2018 (thousands) and projections up to 2035
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