BMI View: Kenya's construction market is forecast to record positive growth throughout our 10-year
forecast period, driven by improvements to transport networks, investment into energy infrastructure and
increased activity in non-residential building, particularly com ..."
BMI View: Cameroon's construction industry will record strong growth throughout our forecast period as
the government directs substantial expenditure towards tackling its infrastructure deficit and foreign direct
investment flows into the market. Upgrades to transport ..."
BMI View: Construction industry growth in Angola will remain sluggish until 2020 as budgetary pressures
weigh on the government's ability to finance infrastructure development. Keeping growth in positive
territory over the short term is China's continued involvement i ..."
BMI View: Ghana's construction industry will record positive growth over our 10-year forecast of
2016-2025 as the narrowing budget deficit enables the government to direct significant expenditure into key
infrastructure, notably transport and energy. The inadequate po ..."
BMI View: Botswana's construction industry, especially the infrastructure sector, 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. Additionally, ..."
BMI View: Mozambique's construction industry will record moderate growth over our 10-year forecast
period, supported primarily by investment into coal export infrastructure as demand for the commodity
remains stable. While the country's nascent gas sector is expected ..."
BMI View: Namibia's construction industry will record positive growth throughout our forecast period as
the government directs significant expenditure towards the development of key infrastructure. The largest
expansion will come over the first half of our forecast pe ..."
BMI View: Sudan and South Sudan continue to perform poorly for construction industry growth, as both
markets' high-risk operating environments deter significant foreign direct investment inflows and
government expenditure is funnelled into security expenditure rather ..."
In real terms, Morocco's construction industry is set to perform relatively well over the forecast-period (2016-2020), compared to the review period (2011-2015). The industry's growth over the forecast period will be driven by investment in in ..."
BMI View: Investment flows to bring Uganda's oil reserves will be the main driver of construction industry
growth throughout our forecast period, through the development of the nascent oil industry and the
Forecast & Industry Develo ..."