BMI View: South Africa's construction market has entered into a period of subdued growth as
macroeconomic and operational headwinds weigh on business confidence and limit productivity in the
sector. We expect rail and renewable energy sectors to post the most solid pe ..."
BMI View: South Africa's construction sector has entered into a tepid period of growth as business
sentiment has been heavily eroded, which we expect will lead to significant cuts to capital expenditure over
2016 and 2017. While South Africa will remain a choice inves ..."
South Africa's construction industry will continue to expand over the forecast period (2016-2020), with investments in infrastructure, residential and energy projects continuing to drive growth.
The industry's growth over the forecast ..."
BMI View: We have downgraded our construction industry real growth forecasts for 2016, which is now
2.8% y-o-y. Business sentiment will continue to remain low, seeing a poor outlook for the non-residential
building sector, which has previously been a bright-spot. Rail ..."
BMI View: The ongoing power shortages, labour issues and sluggish implementation of the National
Development Plan continue to pose downside risks to our forecasts for the construction industry's growth
over 2015, which currently see 3.4% real growth. Business sentimen ..."
BMI View: We do not expect a significant improvement in South Korea's construction real growth in 2015.
This is primarily due to the country's weak macro fundamentals and poor export outlook that will affect
residential and non-residential buildings respectively. On t ..."
South Africa, over the past decade, has scripted for itself a new growth story, driven by domestic demand and foreign investment, among other factors. The African continent's second largest economy is poised for a heightened activity in its Construction sector. This sector experi ..."
BMI View: South Africa remains one of Sub-Saharan Africa's most attractive construction markets, offering
both scale and a stable business environment. While our forecasts for average real growth in the 2015-2023
period of 4% is low by regional standards, those expose ..."
BMI View: We see no reason to deviate from our expectations of a continuing slowdown in South Korea's
construction sector. This is primarily because of our downbeat outlook towards all of the country's
construction sector drivers - namely, weak macro fundamentals for ..."
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