Sudan Infrastructure Report Q1 2016
BMI View: Over our 10-year forecast period up to 2024 Sudan and South Sudan will experience subduedgrowth in their respective construction industries, owing to political and economic instability hamperingtheir ability to attract the necessary foreign investment. Lower oil prices are also dampening growthprospects for the two nations, as both are heavily reliant on this commodity to support governmentspending.
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South Sudan and Sudan will experience subdued growth over our 10-year forecast period as politicalunrest remains a barrier to attracting significant foreign direct investment to address both nations'infrastructure deficits.
In Sudan, political risks and fears of a loss of control outside the capital Khartoum could impact vitalChinese investment in the construction industry. We note, however, a degree of economic stability hasbeen restored in recent quarters, owing to a tight fiscal and monetary policy stance.
South Sudan remains heavily reliant on international donor funds for investment in infrastructuredevelopment. Political unrest across the country continues to dampen investor interest.
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