Infrastructure Insight

Infrastructure Insight brings you analysis of regional trends, regulatory changes, projects and investments plus competitive intelligence on the growth strategies of leading companies in the sector

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Industry Trend Analysis - Tunnel Project To Benefit From International Interest - JULY 2017

Americas June 2017 / Chile / Industry

The participation of major international construction firms in the prequalification process for the USD1.5bn Agua Negra Tunnel supports our expectation that the major project will move forward. The strong interest of major construction companies from China in the project is in line with our longstanding view that Chinese firms will take on a more important role in the Latin American infrastructure market.


Industry Trend Analysis - Security Risks Have Mixed Impact on Economic Corridor Projects - JULY 2017

Asia Pacific June 2017 / Pakistan / Industry

Lingering security issues in Pakistan will threaten the potential for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to drive investment in the country. Strong political support and lower risks will favour the implementation of power and port projects, while road and rail projects will face the greatest challenges in construction and operation.


Industry Trend Analysis - Market Overview Q3 - 2017: Development Finance And Privatisation To Diversify Competitive Landscape - JULY 2017

Europe June 2017 / Kazakhstan / Industry

A combination of development funding inflows and an expansive government privatisation initiative will facilitate a significant diversification of Kazakhstan's competitive landscape in the coming years.


Industry Trend Analysis - Competitive Landscape: Three Key Takeaways - JULY 2017

Middle East & Africa June 2017 / South Africa / Industry

The progression of the project pipeline in South Africa's construction market is being driven by a blend of domestic and foreign support, as the government works in tandem with DFIs to upgrade ageing infrastructure and private firms seek to capitalise on opportunities in SSA's safest operating market.