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: While budgetary pressures and the country's debt crisis will weigh on the government's ability
to execute planned road and social infrastructure projects over the short term, private investment in coal
export infrastructure will help to support construction ..."
BMI View: Mozambique's construction sector will experience moderate but stable growth throughout our
10-year forecast period to 2025, buoyed by developments in coal export infrastructure, the addition of
hydropower plants to the electricity mix and the burgeoning gas ..."
BMI View: Mozambique's construction sector is forecasted to grow at 4.7% y-o-y in 2016 and average
6.3% over our 10 year forecast. The main drivers of growth will be improvements to the energy sector,
investment in infrastructure to export coal, and the potential deve ..."
BMI View: In the face of the dual headwinds of lower coal prices and constrained government revenues,
we forecast growth in Mozambique's construction sector will slow in 2015 compared to the previous year,
with 6.3% forecast in real terms. Despite lower coal prices, w ..."
BMI View: Based on the investment opportunities through its vast natural resources, Mozambique has seen
solid growth in 2014, which is expected to continue in 2015 - although at slightly lower rates. This
reduction in GDP and construction sector growth is due to gener ..."
BMI View: The vast scale of Mozambique's hydrocarbon reserves has driven huge investor interest in the
country's power sector as well as infrastructure projects to develop transport routes. Over USD30bn of
infrastructure projects are in the pipeline and investor inter ..."
BMI View: Upgraded estimates of Mozambique's hydrocarbons reserves have added incentive for energy
firms to become involved in the infrastructure sector. Over USD30bn of infrastructure projects are in
the pipeline and investor interest continues to grow, propelling gr ..."
BMI View: With USD30bn of infrastructure projects in the pipeline, Mozambique is set for strong growth.
Ongoing project delays have put some dampers on investor enthusiasm but BMI still estimates that the
construction sector will average 6.7% growth per annum over our ..."
BMI View: We are maintaining our outlook for strong growth in Mozambique's construction sector, with
growth expected to average a healthy 11.0% per annum over BMI's 10-year forecast period (2013-2022),
driven by investment into infrastructure. The country has struggle ..."