BMI View: Mozambique's construction industry will record moderate growth over our 10-year forecast period , supported primar il y by investment into coal export infrastructure as demand for the commodity remains stable. While the country ' s nascent gas sector is expected to take off 2020, bringing major benefits to the construction industry, the risk of delay to major gas infrastructure developments remains high.
Forecast & Industry Developments
This quarter we are maintaining our forecast for 4.0% real growth in 2016 as budgetary pressures and the country's debt crisis weigh on the government's ability to deploy capital for road and social infrastructure projects.
Sustaining growth in the construction sector is continued investment in coal export infrastructure as demand remains solid for the commodity.
The industry is projected to expand by 6.3% over our full 10-year forecast period between 2016 and 2025.
The potential for delays in developing key gas infrastructure projects is high and we have therefore not factored these developments into our forecasts.
|f=BMI forecast. Source: BMI|
|Construction industry value, MZNbn||12.83||14.02||15.44||17.00||19.28|
|Construction Industry Value, Real Growth, % y-o-y||4.00||5.70||5.50||5.45||8.35|
|Construction Industry Value, % of GDP||2.0||2.0||1.9||1.8||1.7|
This quarter Mozambique remains in 13th place out of 17 markets in our Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index for Sub-Saharan Africa, with an overall score of 35.8 below the regional average of 38.9.
The country's vast natural gas reserves have the potential to offer major rewards to investors.
State involvement in the construction sector remains a major deterrent to operating in the market.
|Risk/Reward Index||Rewards||Industry Rewards||Country Rewards||Risks||Industry Risks||Country Risks|
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