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Nigeria Infrastructure Report Q3 2015

92 Pages BMI Research May 13, 2015 SKU: BMI5556417

Nigeria Infrastructure Report Q3 2015

BMI View: Despite the peaceful passing of the Nigerian election, we remain cautious in our forecasts forreal growth in the Nigerian construction sector over 2015 and 2016. Our forecasts stand at 11% and 9.80%for 2015 and 2016 respectively, with growth averaging 10.6% over our 10-year forecast period to 2024.

President-elect Buhari faces severe macroeconomic headwinds, which will weigh on growth, but hisrhetoric on reform to PPPs and tackling corruption bodes well for the long-term attractiveness of theinfrastructure sector to investors.

The best case election scenario has played out, in that there looks set to be a peaceful transition of powerfrom incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan and the victor in March's election president-electMuhammadu Buharo. While this may give a slight boost to the economy, given previous downside risk notmaterialising, we remain downbeat on 2015 and 2016 in terms of growth in the construction sector.

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Nigeria Infrastructure Report Q3 2015

BMI Research
May 13, 2015

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