Nigeria Infrastructure Report - Q4 2014

Business Monitor International
September 10, 2014
84 Pages - SKU: BMI5325652
Countries covered: Nigeria

Nigeria Infrastructure Report - Q4 2014

BMI View: After the rebasing of Nigeria's economy it now represents the largest market in Africa, andrelies less on the oil industry for growth than previously understood, but rather on high-growth sectors suchas manufacturing and services. This quarter we are maintaining our bullish real growth rates for theconstruction sector, which now see construction industry real growth averaging 12% over our 10-yearforecast period. Residential and non-residential building will be the major driver of growth, with a growingmiddle class demanding more from the sector. Improving power supply and transport links will also be adriver of growth, but the infrastructure sector is more exposed to the numerous risks in Nigeria's businessenvironment.

There has been a chronic lack of investment in the country's infrastructure sectors. However, reforms anddevelopment plans implemented under President Goodluck Jonathan are beginning to take effect, with thesell-off of the state-run Power Holding Company of Nigeria virtually complete and increasing numbers ofPublic Private Partnerships (PPPs) entering the market.



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