BMI View: While budgetary pressures and the country's debt crisis will weigh on the government's ability
to execute planned road and social infrastructure projects over the short term, private investment in coal
export infrastructure will help to support construction ..."
BMI View: Sudan and South Sudan will struggle to address their severe infrastructure deficits as political
and economic instability continues in both nations, deterring any significant foreign investment.
Government revenues, already weakened by the persistently low o ..."
The Algerian construction industry will continue to expand in real terms over the forecast period (2016–2020), with investments in infrastructure construction, healthcare, the manufacturing industry, education facilities and housing proj ..."
BMI View: Ethiopia will record the highest growth in Sub-Saharan Africa over our forecast period,
growing at an annual average rate of 10.7% in real terms between 2016 and 2025. This strong growth will
be bolstered by significant government spending on key infrastruct ..."
BMI View: Kenya's construction industry will record robust growth over our forecast period, driven by
investment into transport networks, expansion in the power sector and the growth of Nairobi's real estate
sector. Foreign direct investment, particularly from China, ..."
BMI View: Uganda's construction sector is forecast to expand by 7.7% in real terms over our full forecast
period, with investment flows into bringing Uganda's oil reserves online a major driver of growth, along
with improvements to overall logistics capacity. Addition ..."
BMI View: We maintain our positive construction industry growth forecast for Egypt in 2016 on the back of
strong government support for PPPs and ambitious infrastructure development plans, particularly in the
housing segment. Strong international interest and external ..."
BMI View: Ghana's construction industry will begin a steady recovery following a contraction over 2015,
as the worst of the country's macroeconomic headwinds weighing on growth since 2014 is over. The
government has made significant strides in tackling twin deficits, ..."
BMI View: South Africa's construction sector has entered into a tepid period of growth as business
sentiment has been heavily eroded, which we expect will lead to significant cuts to capital expenditure over
2016 and 2017. While South Africa will remain a choice inves ..."
BMI View: In 2016 the construction industry in Cameroon will record 9.4% growth in real terms, buoyed
by significant investment from both the government and international firms into key infrastructure
development. Substantial funding will be directed towards developin ..."