BMI View: Between 2015 and 2019 we expect growth in Cote d'Ivoire's construction sector to average8.2%, making it one of the strongest growth markets in West Africa. A significant project pipeline,developing PPP market and an economy less exposed to falling commodity prices will support growth. Thebiggest threat remains an uptick in political risk, especially in the run-up to the October 2015 elections.A number of megaprojects, in line with the country's USD22.8bn National Development Plan, meansignificant investment is taking place in the country's infrastructure sector. Government revenue is expectedto remain conducive to investment, while private investment has been increasing. Côte d'Ivoire isexperiencing a boom in investment in the transport and power sectors, while growing natural resourceinvestment is creating additional demand for capacity.
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Cote d%Ivoire Infrastructure Report Q4 2015 BMI Industry View 5 SWOT 6 Infrastructure SWOT 6 Industry Forecast 8 Construction And Infrastructure Forecast Scenario 8 Table: Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data (Cote d`Ivoire 2013-2018) 8 Table: Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data (Cote d`Ivoire 2019-2024) 8 Industry Risk Reward Ratings 14 CÃ´te d'Ivoire - Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index 14 Rewards 14 Risks 14 SSA Infrastructure Challenged By Global Headwinds 16 Table: Sub-Saharan Africa's Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index, Q4 2015 21 Global Industry Overview 22 Table: Infrastructure Key Themes 2015 22 Table: Asia: Key Reforms 27 Methodology 29 Industry Forecast Methodology 29 Sector-Specific Methodology 30 Risk/Reward Index Methodology 34 Sector-Specific Methodology 35 Table: Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index Indicators 35 Table: Weighting Of Indicators 36