Market Research Logo
Region: Asia
Category: Commercial

Asia Commercial

(983 reports matching your criteria)
  • Myanmar Infrastructure Q1 2020

    ... Key View: :Myanmar’s construction sector growth will remain robust over the long term, and we are forecasting an annual averageof 8.9% through to 2028, as the government looks to address the significant infrastructure deficit shortfall. Read More

  • Russia Infrastructure Q1 2020

    ... sector. The prospectof the development of Eurasian transport corridors heralds significant upside for Russian construction activity, as do rising oil prices,while sustained international sanctions on the Russian economy are set to continue deterring foreign investment. Read More

  • Indonesia Infrastructure Q1 2020

    ... at a robust rate over our 10-year forecast period as work progresses on anumber of high-value infrastructure and real estate projects. Growth is supported by policy continuity, following President JokoWidodo's victory in the presidential elections. Read More

  • Singapore Infrastructure Q1 2020

    ... Key View: Singapore boasts world-class transport and energy infrastructure, and its small size and population limits growth andinvestment opportunities over the next decade. However, several government initiatives will support growth of rail, port and watersectors. Read More

  • South Korea Infrastructure Q1 2020

    ... of well-developed infrastructure, South Korea's infrastructure sector is expected to have limitedengines of growth over the coming years. Weak demographic and economic outlook will weigh on growth of the country's buildingssectors over the long term. Read More

  • India Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... will help offset natural decline rates, butthe prospects for major greenfield investments in oil are poor. New reforms - which have improved licensing procedures and fiscalterms - pose additional upside in the coming years. The ... Read More

  • Sri Lanka Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... profile, rising disposable incomes and a growingurban population. We note that while disposable incomes are rising, they remain low which constrains spending to essentials.Staples in the bread, rice and cereals category will continue to dominate ... Read More

  • Turkmenistan Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... economic recovery will support employment and real wage growth. Consumer confidencemarkedly improved in the aftermath of Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s presidential election victory. However, vehicle production in Ukrainewill remain in the negative territory in 2019, contracting by ... Read More

  • Uzbekistan Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... underpinned by governmentefforts to establish a manufacturing base and tap hydrocarbon reserves. Furthermore, upside risk to construction sector growth ismounting, in line with President Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s plans to reduce the state’s footprint in the economy, ... Read More

  • Japan Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... by both global and regional standards.While the banking sector faces headwinds, it is the industry that sits in the strongest position - albeit against a still-challengingmacroeconomic backdrop, particularly as fiscal consolidation continues to feed through ... Read More

  • Laos Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... demand for new vehicles, vehicle sales growth in Brazil will outperform its neighbours.However, weaker demand for new vehicles in the region's remaining two largest vehicle markets, Argentina and Mexico, will resultin subdued sales in 2019. Read More

  • Cambodia Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... average from 2019to 2028. The country will be an outperformer in the Asian region, mainly driven by favourable demographic and geographic factors,attracting heavy inflows of foreign direct investments into the transportation and residential/non-residential building sectors. Read More

  • Hong Kong Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... an average of 3.4% from 2014 to 2018. In addition to the slowing residentialbuilding sector, Hong Kong’s infrastructure pipeline over the coming years is thinner than in previous years as the market is alreadymatured and ... Read More

  • China Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... to invest in infrastructure, both in the transport and energy sectors, to improveconnectivity between cities and to reduce pollution. The construction sector is expected to expand by 4.4%, in real terms, annuallyfrom 2019 to 2028. Read More

  • Mongolia Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... Key View: The ongoing improvement in Mongolia's economic outlook translates into a positive outlook for the country'sconstruction sector, particularly as foreign firms increase their participation in the mining sector and support the development ofassociated infrastructure. Read More

  • Turkey Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... 2020, from -3.6% and 1.2% to -3.3%and 1.6% respectively. This follows both improving economic figures pointing towards a more prompt return to economic growthfor the country, alongside growing project activity in PPP in transport infrastructure. Read More

  • Thailand Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... thegovernment's commitment to pursuing infrastructure development to drive economic growth. The focus will continue to be on thetransport sector, but will be constrained by an ageing population as capital expenditures are limited by weakening revenues. Read More

  • Taiwan Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... years of contraction from 2015 to 2017. The 2020 PresidentialElections will be a key event to monitor, as candidates from different parties present their policies on infrastructure development, aswell as the usage of nuclear power. Read More

  • Bangladesh Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... Asia. The country's growing infrastructureand urban development needs are gradually being met by rising levels of foreign investment, especially from China. However,Bangladesh's poor financing, logistics and bureaucratic environment will also pose risks to project implementation. Read More

  • Kazakhstan Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... will benefit from strong, albeit slowing, macroeconomic fundamentals, ongoinginvestment from Chinese firms and a continued focus on infrastructure development from the Kazakh government. We forecastgrowth of an annual average of 4.6% between 2019 and 2023. Read More

  • Malaysia Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... suspensions and a slowing building sector will be a drag on short-term growth. The revivalof projects presents an upside risk to our forecasts, and the completion of these projects will be a boon to the ... Read More

  • Philippines Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... and infrastructure markets in South East Asia.Strong support for the industry is coming from the government's ambitious 'Build, Build, Build' infrastructure plan as well as stableprivate and foreign interest in both infrastructure and building projects. Read More

  • Asia Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... - to invest in infrastructure, with a number of sizeable, fast-growing markets like China and India offering significant contract opportunity volumes and more developed, lower-risk markets likeAustralia and Japan offering investors a superior Risks profile. Read More

  • Vietnam Infrastructure Q4 2019

    ... Robust economic growth, an improving logistics and regulatory environment and favourable demographic trends willcontinue to support strong expansion in Vietnam's construction industry, making it one of the fastest growing among majormarkets in South East Asia. Read More

  • Construction in Turkey: ISIC 45

    ... at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing ... Read More

< prev 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10