The global pet care market is foretold to improve in the forthcoming years as matched to the preceding years and will showcase better sales in various market segments. It is estimated that the global pet care market will grow at a CAGR o…
BMI View: Norway's construction sector is supported by a solid major project pipeline, government
commitment to infrastructure spending and a strong investment environment. However, a long-term picture
of slowing hydrocarbons revenues and a transitioning economy will pose limitations to construction
? Construction industry growth will average 2.6% to 2025, which is commendable given hydrocarbon
industry-related economic headwinds.
? Construction and infrastructure activity will remain upbeat owing to considerable government spending
power and commitment, as well as a favourable investment environment.
? The 2016 budget outlines significant spending on infrastructure as a pillar for long-term economic
diversification. We expect the same in future budgets.
? There is significant opportunity in power transmission development in Norway, as the country seeks to
distribute new capacity and leverage greater regional interconnectivity.
? The National Transport Plan 2014-2023 set out proposals for NOK168bn of investment in the rail
network, including expanding the inter-city network originating in Oslo and introducing high-speed