Is North Africa the new hotspot?

Delta Partners’ perspective on the passive infrastructure markets in North Africa

Read this article to learn:

  • Update on developments in the passive infrastructure markets  in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt
  • Reasons for the lack of passive infrastructure deals in North Africa
  • Overview of each market in terms of tower count, expected market growth and regulatory environmen
  • Could improved macro stability and increasing focus on infrastructure sharing by operators and regulators stimulate passive infrastructure transactions in North Africa?

North Africa is a sizeable market, which boasts a number of leading international players such as Vodafone, Orange, Etisalat, Ooredoo and Zain. Unfortunately, with the exception of a potential deal in Egypt, there have not been any other passive infrastructure transactions in the region. While there are merits for passive infrastructure transactions, in the last…

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