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: 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: 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: Over our 10-year-forecast period Cameroon's construction industry will average annual
growth of 8.1% in real terms, driven primarily by foreign investment flows into developing the country's
logistics capacity, supported by French and Chinese firms. Growth w ..."
BMI View: Cameroon's government intends to keep expenditure on infrastructure elevated despite the
pressures it will place on the budget. While this is positive for the construction sector over 2016, we believe
it is unsustainable owing to lower government revenues fr ..."
BMI View: With no plans to reduce expenditure despite lower revenues, we expect the short-term outlook
for Cameroon's infrastructure sector to remain good. However, this is unsustainable and we expect growth
in the construction sector to moderate over our 10-year fore ..."
BMI View: An excellent pipeline of projects spanning the power and transport segments supports our view
of sustained growth in Cameroon's construction sector. We predict growth of 8.43% in 2015 and average
annual growth of 8.15% over the forecast period to 2024. Fundi ..."
BMI View: We are maintaining our positive outlook for Cameroon's construction sector growth over the
five-year time horizon based on a strong project pipeline and growing PPP employment. However, we note
rising risks from lower commodity prices, both to the country's fiscal pos ..."
BMI View: Cameroon's construction sector will record strong growth over the next five years, supported by
progress on major power and transport infrastructure projects. We anticipate annual average construction
sector growth of 10.2% between 2014 and 2018. Progress is ..."
BMI View: We continue to hold a positive forecast for Cameroon's construction sector over the next five
years, in line with progress on major infrastructure projects. The successful awarding of contracts from the
20-project public private partnership programme, combin ..."