BMI View: Sri Lanka's construction sector growth witnessed a slowdown in 2015, but we expect this trend
to reverse in 2016 as investors start to return to Sri Lanka amid a more stable political and macroeconomic
environment, and a softening of the government's foreign ..."
BMI View: Despite a slowdown in 2015, we expect growth in Sri Lanka's construction industry to
accelerate over the coming years on account of rising public infrastructure spending, sustained investment
from China and increasing tourist numbers. That said, the industry ..."
BMI View: Sri Lanka's 2016 budget will help to support growth of the construction sector, with a larger
budget allocation for infrastructure and easing foreign investment restrictions. A rise in tourist arrivals as
well as Chinese investment will also help to sustain ..."
BMI View: Sri Lanka's construction sector will see a slight moderation in growth as ethnic reconciliation,
coupled with a weak currency, hinders investment. The sector will still expand at a robust pace,
underpinned by continued financial support from China and an exp ..."