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ZAMBIA - INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR ANALYSIS

01-16-2017 11:42 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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ReportsWorldwide has announced the addition of a new report title ZAMBIA - INFRASTRUCTURE 2015 to its growing collection of premium market research reports.

This report provides a comprehensive industry profile, analysis and outlook of Zambia’s infrastructure sector.

In terms of value, construction industry is the second largest, after wholesale and retail trade, industry in Zambia, followed by transport & communications and agriculture. The sector is expected to remain its double digit growth in the mid-term. Activity in the sector will continue to be driven by public and private infrastructure projects such as roads, sports facilities, residential and commercial properties across the country.

To view a detailed description and Table of Contents please visit: https://www.reportsworldwide.com/report/zambia---infrastructure-2015

The report provides a SWOT analysis, full overview of the sector and its segments with a focus on the sector’s growth and value. It analyses the country’s residential, commercial, transport and energy infrastructure, and provides an overview of production and consumption of cement.

It summarizes recent developments in the sector including the major projects, companies and investors. It outlines the main factors driving growth in the sector, as well as gives details on capital and financing. The Report explains the sectoral policy and regulatory environment in the country and provides an assessment of the risks and challenges in the sector for domestic and foreign investors. Finally, it provides market trends and outlook.
The report draws on national and international data, statistics, media reports and industry insights. It is useful to domestic and international investors, policy-makers, businesses and research institutions in understanding investment opportunities, risks and challenges, legal and business environment in Zambia.

To Enquire about this Report please visit @ https://www.reportsworldwide.com/enquiry?report_id=3641

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