Ukraine Infrastructure Report Q2 2014

Business Monitor International
March 19, 2014
79 Pages - SKU: BMI5218019
Countries covered: Ukraine

Ukraine Infrastructure Report Q2 2014

BMI View: This quarter we are emphasising the major downside risks to activity in Ukraine's constructionsector. Altering our forecasts at this point would be futile given the fluid nature of the crisis and thenumerous variables which are still unknown. As such, we are just highlighting the financial and politicalrisks which are certain to see the sector enter negative growth over 2014. The major risk to the sector isfinancing. The country is approaching bankruptcy and investor sentiment has been decimated owing to theuncertainty of the country's trajectory.

There are few, if any, positives to name this quarter for activity in Ukraine's construction sector.

Ukraine's position at the bottom of our Central and Eastern Europe Risk/Reward Ratings (RRRs) is furtherassured this quarter with country risks highly elevated. Its score stands at 41.2 this quarter, although wehighlight that our decision to not arbitrarily alter our forecasts while the situation remains so fluid meansthat the Industry Rewards score remains elevated. This will diminish in the coming quarters as we move toassess to damage to the industry as a result of the current crisis.



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