In real terms, the Egyptian construction industry registered positive growth during the review period (2011-2015) and is expected to continue to expand over the forecast period (2016-2020), with investments in residential, infrastructure, and ..."
BMI View: Over our 10-year forecast 2016-2025, Ethiopia's construction industry will record the highest
growth in Sub-Saharan Africa as the government directs key expenditure to infrastructure development to
facilitate economic growth and improve the country's attract ..."
BMI View: South Africa's construction market has entered into a period of subdued growth as
macroeconomic and operational headwinds weigh on business confidence and limit productivity in the
sector. We expect rail and renewable energy sectors to post the most solid pe ..."
BMI View: Gabon's construction industry will record moderate and stable growth over our 10-year
forecast period, although we note that limited revenue, as the weak commodities outlook persists, a wide
fiscal deficit and lack of substantial foreign direct investment wi ..."
BMI View: Egypt has a significant infrastructure deficit, creating demand for sustained investment across a
number of sectors including, in particular, power capacity and social housing. Government support for
public-private-partnerships (PPPs) is increasing and we ar ..."
BMI View: A combination of tight liquidity restricting business operations and renewed violence in the
Delta region exacerbating the government's struggle in raising adequate revenue to undertake major
infrastructure spending has seen our forecasts for the constructio ..."
BMI View: The government's heavy focus on narrowing its infrastructure deficit is keeping our
construction growth forecasts upbeat, with developments to freight logistics networks and the power grid
key drivers of growth. Cameroon remains one of the more attractive PP ..."
BMI View: Ghana's construction industry is forecasted to expand over our 10-year forecast period as
investment flows into developing energy infrastructure, transport logistics and the real estate sector. The
narrowing budget deficit will support industry growth by all ..."
BMI View: We continue to forecast a slowdown in construction industry growth over our 10-year forecast
period as the country struggles to attract private investment in major developments and battles
macroeconomic headwinds, owing to the subdued commodities outlook. Gr ..."
BMI View: Zimbabwe's construction industry remains highly risky for investors, poorly financed and
subject to the policies of President Robert Mugabe, which have resulted in a very poor business
environment. Zimbabwe is keen to encourage foreign investment. However, s ..."