BMI View: After a strong performance in 2015, Kuwait's construction industry is set for a slight slowdown
in 2016. Low oil prices and still difficult, albeit improving, business environment remain the key factors
weighing on the industry's growth prospects over the sh ..."
BMI View: Kuwait will record modest growth of 3.9% in 2016 in real terms over 2016 and average annual
growth of 4% throughout our forecast period. The move to diversify the economy as well as liberalise the
sector for foreign investment will underpin growth. High leve ..."
The Kuwaiti construction industry will continue to expand in real terms over the forecast period (2016-2020), with investments in infrastructure construction, healthcare, industry, educational facilities and housing projects continuing to driv ..."
BMI View: A flurry of infrastructure funding announcements and key contract awards characterised H115.
Long-delayed turnkey projects in the power and transport sectors have been put back on track and may be
an indication that the government will honour its USD116bn 20 ..."
BMI View: A commitment to infrastructure spending under the country's latest five-year plan supports our
view for continued positive construction industry growth over our 10-year forecast period, averaging an
annual rate of 4.1% in real terms. This rate, however, is b ..."
BMI View: Positive regulatory changes and a commitment to infrastructure spending as spelt out in the
country's latest five-year plan support our view of moderate industry growth. Yet, as the long-delayed
Kuwait International Airport expansion project goes back to ten ..."
BMI View: Despite a reduced 2015/16 budget and restrictive oil price, positive regulatory changes and a
commitment to infrastructure spending will support our view of moderate industry growth in 2015 and
beyond. Due to the uncertain political situation, we will wait f ..."
BMI View: Our view for modest growth within Kuwait's construction sector is playing out driven largely by
the housing sector, positive signs that the investment environment is improving and committed government
spending despite falling oil prices, with our 2015 forecast for yea ..."
The Kuwaiti construction industry registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.30% during the review period (2009-2013). This growth was supported by increased government spending on the country's residential, infrastructure and commercial con ..."
BMI View: Our view for modest positive growth within Kuwait's construction sector is playing out driven
largely by the housing sector, with our 2015 forecast for year-on-year growth standing at 3.8%. Despite
plenty of infrastructure project opportunities in Kuwait, th ..."