BMI View: Ghana's food and drink outlook will grow increasingly favourable over 2016 and 2017 on the
back of positive economic recovery. Consumer spending will benefit from rising economic activity, boosting
demand for formalisation. We believe the MGR sector will con ..."
BMI View: Ghana's emerging consumer will drive strong growth in the food and drink industry over our
forecast period to 2020. Consumers will adopt more modern diets as the industry attracts investment from
multinational food and drink companies. Moreover, an uptick in ..."
BMI View: A positive economic outlook and rising disposable incomes will drive growth for Ghana's food
and drink industry over our forecast period to 2020. A wealthier consumer base will increase demand for
new and innovative products as consumer tastes and preference ..."
BMI View: Real GDP growth in Ghana will accelerate in 2016 and 2017 as the economy recovers from the
economic morass it has been in over the past two years. Increasing oil production, improving electricity
generation and diminishing deficits will be the root causes of ..."
BMI View: Ghana will record real GDP growth of 3.4% in 2015, the slowest rate of expansion in over a
decade. The country is struggling with a number of growth impediments, not least a protracted electricity
crisis, a yawning fiscal deficit, a weak currency and negativ ..."
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BMI View: We maintain our view that Ghana's real GDP growth will pick up in 2015 and 2016, rising to
4.5% and 6.7% respectively, following a 4.3% expansion in 2014. However, this is a downward revision
since our last quarterly update; we previously forecasted a much m ..."
BMI View: Ghana's real GDP growth will accelerate to 5.8% in 2015 and 8.0% in 2016, thanks to robust
investment inflows and a deal with the IMF on an extended credit facility. Although consumer price
inflation will remain elevated over the next two years, we expect co ..."
BMI View: There is a dearth of data for private consumption in Ghana, but anecdotal evidence points to a
slowdown. Looking beyond 2014, we expect a slow recovery in private consumption. Confidence will pick
up as currency depreciation slows, power supplies improve and ..."
BMI View: We have revised downward our forecast for real GDP growth in Ghana in 2014, to 4.7% from
5.1% previously. Our analyst in Accra reports that consumer spending is slowing down owing to high
inflation. Meanwhile, the cedi is weakening rapidly, owing to structur ..."