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 ..."
BMI View: Developments in the oil and gas industry as well as improvements to road infrastructure will
see the sector record moderate growth between 2016-2025. However, the government will struggle to
realise its ambitious infrastructure aims given limited revenue and ..."
BMI View: Growth in Namibia's construction sector will slow after 2016 as the country struggles to attract
private investment and battles macroeconomic headwinds in the wake of persistent low commodity prices.
The expansion in the short term will be driven by port inf ..."
BMI View: The Angolan government will struggle to devote significant financial attention to its key
infrastructure projects over 2016 given the wide fiscal deficit and decreased revenues owing to low oil
prices. We expect a substantial uptick in growth for the constru ..."
BMI View: Foreign investors will remain averse to entering the construction markets in Sudan and South
Sudan despite their severe infrastructure deficits, owing to the continued political and economic instability
in both countries. Low oil prices along with government ..."
South Africa's construction industry will continue to expand over the forecast period (2016-2020), with investments in infrastructure, residential and energy projects continuing to drive growth.
The industry's growth over the forecast ..."
The Nigerian construction industry will continue to expand over the forecast period (2016–2020), with investment in infrastructure construction, healthcare, manufacturing plants, education facilities and housing projects continuin ..."