Frost & Sullivan Forecasts Explosion of New Infrastructure in Namibia over the Next Decade

6 March 2012

Bloomberg Businessweek - March 6, 2012

Timely, Cost-Conscious Completion of Projects to Spell Success for Infrastructure Development Companies

Namibia will see significant growth across a number of infrastructure sectors over the next decade. The greatest obstacle to meeting infrastructure development goals will be to not only ensure that new infrastructure projects are completed in a timely manner, but also that the necessary maintenance and rehabilitation of old infrastructure takes place. This will allow the seamless integration of old and new infrastructure networks and systems.

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan ( [ ]), African Infrastructure Tracker: Namibia's Infrastructure Sectors, finds that there will be significant growth across a number of infrastructure sectors in Namibia. This will be the result of the government's aim to increase economic growth and access to services, as well as the country's involvement in trade within the SADC region. The research covers the road, rail, airport, port, energy and power, telecommunications, water and sanitation, housing, education and healthcare infrastructure sectors.

Categories: Transport, General, ICT, Water, Energy

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