Cameroon Infrastructure Report Q2 2016
BMI View: In 2016 the construction industry in Cameroon will record 9.4% growth in real terms, buoyed by significant investment from both the government and international firms into key infrastructure development. Substantial funding will be directed towards developing freight logistics networks and the energy sector, as both will be critical in supporting overall economic growth. However, while Cameroon is an attractive business environment, political tension in the region could weigh on investor confidence in the coming years. Latest Updates and Structural Trends
We are maintaining our forecasts for 9.4% real growth in 2016 and an average annual growth rate of 8% over our forecast period up to 2025.
The government's heavy focus on narrowing its infrastructure deficit is keeping our forecasts upbeat, with developments to freight logistics networks and the power grid key drivers of growth.
Cameroon remains one of the more attractive public-private partnership markets in Sub-Saharan Africa though we highlight that potential risks to political stability in the coming years could see investors become more cautious.
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