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Construction sector leads growth in CIS regional economies.
Expansion forecast to continue in Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan during 2012-2014.
Economic and financial uncertainty over much of the globe has not affected the construction sector in the larger CIS countries of Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Fueled by public sector construction initiatives, the industry has experienced reasonable levels of expansion throughout the region. Will this growth continue Which segments of the market will expand most quickly How have construction prices responded to economic events What new projects are in the offing for the infrastructure segments What types of activity are commercial developers planning for retail, business and industrial construction How many residential units will be added to current housing stock over the next two years
The answers to these questions and many more can be found in the pages of Construction sector in CIS countries 2012 – Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan,
Development forecasts for 2012-2014. This enlightening publication provides overviews of construction market conditions in the general CIS region and more detailed evaluations for the larger countries of Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. It offers detailed forecasts, solid data and expert analysis of the residential, non-residential (retail space, offices and industrial facilities) and civil engineering and infrastructure segments throughout the region.
Each of the three highlighted countries receives a special chapter, in which the macroeconomic status, market circumstances and leading companies are evaluated. The civil engineering segment is evaluated in terms of upcoming projects, funding resources, the non-residential sector is described in terms of its structure, value and types of prevalent building projects, and the residential construction segment is examined in terms of housing stock, financing and general circumstances in the real estate markets.
The document offers a status report on the overall CIS construction market and each of the three main segments, along with data depicting price, wage and employment levels, among other key economic indicators. It investigates newsworthy events in the marketplace, analyses trends that will affect the construction industry in CIS countries in the period to 2014, and covers the dynamics of competitive interaction between the region’s largest corporate entities.
This document also reveals insight into the effects of economic conditions on materials prices, upcoming plans for infrastructure expansion in the various CIS countries, transport projects and upcoming plans for the commercial and industrial sectors.
Construction sector in CIS countries 2012 – Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan,
Development forecasts for 2012-2014 is highly recommended as a business information tool for construction and contracting companies, business consultancy firms, materials and equipment producers and distributors, trade, industry and government agencies and any professional with interests in the construction markets in the high-potential CIS region.