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: 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: 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: Over our 10-year-forecast period Ghana's construction industry will average annual growth of
6.1% in real terms, driven by investment in energy and transport infrastructure. Minimal growth will be
recorded in 2016 but figures will rise throughout our forecas ..."
BMI View: Ghana's construction sector will enter a recession in 2015, before a slow recovery from 2016.
Mounting headwinds from high inflation, currency weakness, deteriorating fiscal position and the systemic
power crisis have converged to place significant downward ..."
BMI View: We have lowered our forecasts for Ghana's construction industry on the back of the
macroeconomic headwinds facing the country and electricity prices. These factors combined will limit the
government's ability to invest in projects as well as dampening privat ..."
BMI View: The medium-term outlook for Ghana's construction sector outlook remains positive, with strong
growth forecast for 2015 and 2016. Investment across the power, transport and residential and nonresidential
construction sectors will lead to growth of 7.24% in 20 ..."
BMI View: We remain optimistic toward Ghana's five year construction sector outlook, despite further
downgrading our growth estimate for 2014. We expect annual average growth of 7.5% between 2015 and
2019 as a result of investment across the power, transport and residential and ..."
BMI View: We have marginally revised up Ghana's construction industry real growth forecast over 2014
and 2015 given strong momentum in the industry and a decrease in extremely high inflation levels seen in
H213. We now expect growth to average about 1% higher, at 11.5 ..."
BMI View: Ghana's infrastructure will benefit from significant investment over the next five years as the
government makes a concerted effort to address transport, housing and utility shortages. Funding from oil
revenues will support investment into social and economi ..."