Tanzania Infrastructure Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Tanzania Infrastructure Report

Tanzania Infrastructure Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Tanzania Infrastructure Report
Published Aug 20, 2016
35 pages — Published Aug 20, 2016
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We remain upbeat on the expansion of Tanzania s construction industry, forecast to grow at an annual average of -.- in real terms over our ---year forecast period, comfortably above the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) average of -.- over the same period. Nominal industry growth will rise from an estimated USD-.-bn in ---- to USD--.-bn in ----, keeping Tanzania as the second-largest market in East Africa, after Ethiopia. ...Nominal industry growth will rise from an estimated USD-.-bn in ---- to USD--.-bn in ----, keeping Tanzania as the second-largest market in East Africa, after Ethiopia. Expansion over the first half of our forecast period will be driven mainly by investment in improving the country s existing ports and rail infrastructure, which currently ranks poorly from a global and regional perspective. We also highlight the potential of non-residential building projects - most notably in the commercial and industrial construction sectors - to drive growth as more businesses enter the country. ...For now, the weak oil price environment as well as an uncertain regulatory picture will deter private investment into Tanzania s gas sector. The government will need to focus on the latter if it is to attract significant foreign investment into gas extraction and the necessary infrastructure development once prices improve.

...We are maintaining our forecasts of -.- real growth for ---- and annual average growth of -.- in real terms over our five-year forecast period up to ----. The development of transport infrastructure, supported by international funding flows, will be the primarily driver of construction industry expansion, as the government works to improve the country s poor logistics profile and capitalise on its maritime access. ...We are maintaining our forecasts of -.- real growth for ---- and annual average growth of -.- in real terms over our five-year forecast period up to ----. The development of transport infrastructure, supported by international funding flows, will be the primarily driver of construction industry expansion, as the government works to improve the country s poor logistics profile and capitalise on its maritime access. Over our full ---year forecast period we project annual average growth of -.- . ...Persistently low commodity prices and an uncertain regulatory environment continue to deter investment into the country s nascent gas sector. Increasing activity in non-residential construction - particularly industrial and commercial developments - supports our outlook for strong industry growth.

...The Tanzanian government has received a USD-.-bn loan from the China Export-Import Bank to carry out the development of a -,---km intraregional rail network extending from Dar es Salaam to Rwandan capital Kigali, and connecting with cities in Burundi, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Following the Ugandan government s decision to direct its crude export oil pipeline through Tanzania rather than Kenya, we expect work to begin on upgrading Tanga port - currently geared primarily towards agricultural exports - in the first half of our forecast period. ...

  
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