Despite political uncertainty and an economic slowdown in the past four years, the Egyptian construction industry’s output value in real terms is expected to grow over the forecast period (2015–2019), due to continued investment in ..."
BMI View: The infrastructure and construction sector of Botswana is heading into a period of sustained
growth on the back of continued investment in the mining sector and the development of associated
transport and power infrastructure. For 2015, we expect the sector ..."
BMI View: In the face of the dual headwinds of lower coal prices and constrained government revenues,
we forecast growth in Mozambique's construction sector will slow in 2015 compared to the previous year,
with 6.3% forecast in real terms. Despite lower coal prices, w ..."
BMI View: The ending of government stimulus and lower commodity prices will weigh on infrastructure
growth over coming years, with our forecasts seeing a notable slowdown in the construction sector's real
growth. However, Namibia's positioning as a regional logistics ..."
BMI View: Ethiopia's construction and infrastructure industry has been growing at a rapid pace over
recent years owing to the government's focus on heavy capital investment in the infrastructure sector. While
we expect this trend to continue, BMI forecasts growth in t ..."
BMI View: Despite the peaceful passing of the Nigerian election, we remain cautious in our forecasts for
real growth in the Nigerian construction sector over 2015 and 2016. Our forecasts stand at 11% and 9.80%
for 2015 and 2016 respectively, with growth averaging 10.6 ..."
BMI View: Kenya's construction and infrastructure sector is forecasts to grow at 9% year-on-year in 2015
and will maintain positive growth over our 10-year forecast period to 2024. Insecurity in parts of the
country as well as the devolution of fiscal powers will see ..."
BMI View: Sudan and South Sudan face a multitude of issues with ongoing conflict having drastically
eroded what little investor confidence there was in the markets and as such we forecast volatile and poor
growth for both countries over our forecast period. Lower oil ..."
BMI View: We have slightly downgraded our 2015 real growth forecasts for Tanzania's construction
industry in light of a corruption scandal in the power sector damaging investor confidence and restricting
the government's budget. Major infrastructure plans in the rail, ..."
BMI View: Robust economic growth will continue to drive construction industry growth over the coming
years, with the industry set to expand in real terms over 2015 by 7.3% year-on-year. While public
investment in the sector, particularly in the run-up to the 2016 elec ..."