Malaysia Infrastructure Report Q2 2016

Malaysia Infrastructure Report Q2 2016

BMI View: The 2016 federal budget reinforces the government's commitment to infrastructure developmentand supports ongoing developments plans such as the 11th Malaysia Plan and the EconomicTransformation Programme. We note the weakening residential and non-residential buildings segments willbe a drag on overall growth.

Latest Updates And Structural Trends

We believe real growth in Malaysia's construction sector will continue to moderate over the comingyears, decelerating from an estimated 10.6% in 2015 to 7.6% in 2016 and 6.6% in 2017. Public projectsare expected to remain the bright spot driving the overall industry growth.

We maintain our subdued outlook for the non-residential segment, which is forecast to record real growthof 6.3% and 4.7% in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

Malaysia's 2015 transport infrastructure value increased by an estimated 14.6% in real terms. We forecastthe sector's growth to moderate over the coming decade, averaging 7.3% per annum between 2016-2025.

We maintain our previous quarter forecasts and expect the power plants and transmission grids sub-sectorto be the main growth driver of Malaysia's energy and utilities infrastructure sector, accounting for 19%and 68% of total infrastructure industry value by 2020. Over the next five years, the sub-sector isexpected to register annual growth of 6.4%.

We hold our view that 11th Malaysia Plan and Economic Transformation Programme will be crucial indriving infrastructure development nationally.

BMI Industry View
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
Table: Infrastructure
Construction Industry Forecasts (Malaysia 20152021)
Table: Infrastructure Risk Reward Index (Malaysia)
Industry Forecast
Construction And Infrastructure Forecast Scenario
Latest Updates
Table: Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data (Malaysia 2015
Structural Trends
Table: Gaining Traction
Transport Infrastructure Outlook And Overview
Latest Updates
Table: Transport Infrastructure Industry Data (Malaysia 2015
Table: Competitiveness Of Malaysia's Infrastructure
Structural Trends
Table: Seven Key Transport Infrastructure Projects
Table: Factbox
Penang Integrated Road Project
Table: Key Construction Packages For USD11.5bn Greater KL MRT project
Table: KL
SG Modes of Transport
Table: Top Five Transport Projects By Value
Energy And Utilities Infrastructure Outlook And Overview
Latest Updates
Table: Energy And Utilities Infrastructure Data (Malaysia 2015
Structural Trends
Table: Top Five Energy & Utilities Projects By Value
Residential/NonResidential Construction Outlook And Overview
Latest Updates
Table: Residential and Non
Residential Building Industry Data (Malaysia 20152025)
Structural Trends
Table: Malaysia
Real Property Gains Tax From January 2013 And January 2014, By Type
Table: Top Five Construction and Social Infrastructure Projects By Value
Industry Risk Reward Index
Malaysia Industry Risk/Reward Index
APAC Infrastructure RRI: Affirming A Benign 2016 Outlook
Table: Asia Risk/Reward Index
Market Overview
Competitive Landscape
Table: Economic Transformation Programme
Key Construction Entry Point Projects
Company Profile
Industry Forecast Methodology
SectorSpecific Methodology
Risk/Reward Index Methodology
SectorSpecific Methodology
Table: Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index Indicators
Table: Weighting Of Indicators

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