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Africa Manufacturing & Construction

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  • Botswana Infrastructure Q3 2019

    ... as part of the National Development Plan 11, driving growth across the construction sector. Botswana’sconstruction industry value will total just under USD2.6bn in 2028, with growth registering an average 4.1% per annum between2019 and 2028. Read More

  • Uganda Infrastructure Q3 2019

    ... construction growth owing to the associated infrastructuredevelopment and increase in capital spending oil revenues will enable. Supporting overall industry growth will be the expansion ofthe country's logistics capacity to improve the ease of doing business. Read More

  • Angola Infrastructure Q3 2019

    ... back of the strengthening oil price and forthcoming Chinese funding. Limited scope for policy reform andthe high risk to participation in the market remain chief deterrents to investors, particularly in the country's oil infrastructure sector. Read More

  • Ghana Infrastructure Q3 2019

    ... of steady economic expansion and a supportive environment for investment. Relative political stability and a robust demandprofile for infrastructure will ensure foreign participation in the market is sustained, helping to progress a large project pipeline. Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Infrastructure Q3 2019

    ... projects. The majority of SSAcountries lack well-established local construction companies which are able to deliver large-scale developments, and even inmarkets where domestic players are present, foreign firms are prevalent in higher-value projects. Chinese companies are ... Read More

  • PESTLE Insights: Egypt - Macroeconomic Outlook Report

    ... country and accounted for 16% of the total population in 2015 The UK continues to be a leading investor in Egypt, accounting for 34.6% of total FDI inflows in 2017-2018, followed by Belgium with 17.4%. ... Read More

  • PESTLE Insights: Macroeconomic Outlook Report - Egypt

    ... country and accounted for 16% of the total population in 2015. The UK continues to be a leading investor in Egypt, accounting for 34.6% of total FDI inflows in 2017-2018, followed by Belgium with 17.4%. ... Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Infrastructure Q3 2019

    ... red. Further supporting its expansion is continuedprivate sector financing and expertise in the transport and power infrastructure sectors. Growing political risk will continue to weighon the overall attractiveness of the market as an investment destination. Read More

  • Namibia Infrastructure Q3 2019

    ... several high-value projects, particularly surrounding Walvis Bay Port development, will come to an end in 2019. The medium-to-long term prospects for the market are more positive, as the project pipeline recovers and investor sentiment strengthens. Read More

  • South Africa Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... of recession, the South African construction industry will record weak growth in 2019 and the comingyears, owing to a lack of project activity, limited government financial support and the financial difficulties faced by domesticconstruction firms. Read More

  • Containers & Packaging Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide 2014-2023

    ... forecast to 2023). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Key Questions Answered - What was the size of the emerging ... Read More

  • Tanzania Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... to our bullish forecast is the increasingwariness of multilateral donors - whose support is vital in realising the project pipeline - to provide aid, on the back of increasinglyauthoritarian policy positions from the Tanzanian government. Read More

  • Gabon Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... to only begin torecover from in 2022. The oil price collapse in 2014 and subsequent dent in government revenue and infrastructure spending haslimited expansion severely, exacerbated by low FDI inflows and a few project opportunities. Read More

  • Mozambique Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... forecast period to 2027. Foreigninvestment is crucial to project realisation as the budget deficit and high debt burden limits public spending in infrastructure,although low business confidence in the market will undermine its more rapid development. Read More

  • Egypt Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... in place over thecoming years. The most prominent downside risk to our positive growth outlook is a severe macroeconomic shock or politicalunrest that would serve to dent international investor confidence in the Egyptian infrastructure market. Read More

  • Construction in Tunisia - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2023

    ... The industry’s output value in real terms is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.36% over the forecast period, compared to -0.74% during the review period (2014-2018). The industry is ... Read More

  • By Country Industry Forecasts - South Africa

    ... the Middle East and Africa, where 85% of world business is conducted. Up to 85 manufacturing industries are covered per country, six service sectors and other relevant series (car sales, steel production, gross value added). Read More

  • Ethiopia Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... decade as thegovernment's ambition to transform the country into a light manufacturing hub is supported by foreign financing flows anddevelopment funding. Social unrest will not disrupt the project pipeline but could deter more risk-averse investors. Read More

  • Zimbabwe Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... Zimbabwe Infrastructure Q2 2019 Key View: Ongoing Chinese involvement in the Zimbabwean construction sector will keep growth in positive territory over thecoming years, as political risk and constrained revenues continue to limit its wider expansion. Read More

  • Zambia Infrastructure Q2 2019

    Zambia Infrastructure Q2 2019 Key View: Zambia's construction industry will record weak growth over the coming decade, as the country's ongoing fiscalpressures and limited external investment weigh on project activity. Read More

  • Cameroon Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... years as thegovernment's drive to improve the country's infrastructure continues unabated, supported by development funding and privatesector involvement. Political risk will remain the largest threat to investment flows as social unrest across the country remainselevated. Read More

  • Nigeria Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... construction industry will accelerate in 2018 and remain robust over both our five- and 10-yearforecast periods. Supporting factors include the government's infrastructure development plans, higher oil revenues and effortsaimed at attracting private investment in projects. Read More

  • Kenya Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... profile and cater to business and tourism activities backed bysubstantial public and private investment. The government's debt burden and efforts to clamp down on corruption in theconstruction industry remain the largest downside risks to the ... Read More

  • Rwanda Infrastructure Q2 2019

    ... coming decade as public and private support forinfrastructure projects remains forthcoming. The power, transport and ICT infrastructure sectors will be the largest beneficiaries ofinvestment as the government seeks to transform Rwanda into a knowledge-based economy. Read More

  • South African Construction Industry, 2017–2022

    ... following the ongoing pressure on margins, decreased revenues, and struggling order books. However, the upward trend seen in certain segments of the industry experienced in 2017 is attributed to an increase in regional construction projects, ... Read More

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