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 - Corruption Allegations Pose Growing Risk To Forecasts - OCT 2017

Americas September 2017 / Guatemala / Industry

Mounting corruption allegations pose a downside risk to Guatemala's construction industry growth and the success of the country's nascent PPP programme in particular over the next several years as the exposure of alleged corruption leads to project delays and the deterioration of investor sentiment toward the country.

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Industry Trend Analysis - South Asia Flooding Underscores Regional Water Infrastructure Need - OCT 2017

Asia Pacific September 2017 / Asia / Industry

Catastrophic monsoon flooding across Bangladesh, India and Nepal underscore the region's urgent need for flood-mitigation and water infrastructure, especially in major cities and low-lying regions. These water projects will generate opportunities for foreign investors and companies that have specialized technology and expertise.

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Industry Trend Analysis - CEE Infrastructure: Region Set For Middling Growth - OCT 2017

Europe September 2017 / Europe / Industry

Construction sector growth in Central and Eastern European countries will outpace more developed Western European markets over the next five years on the back of EU funding inflows and the fact that many of the former are expanding from a lower base. Within CEE, higher growth rates will be concentrated in emerging, non-EU markets, as favourable demographics and economic outlook act to stimulate demand for further infrastructure investment.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Expat Law Positive For Commercial, Residential Building Growth - OCT 2017

Middle East & Africa September 2017 / Oman / Industry

A new law allowing expatriates to own real estate will add upside to our residential building outlook in Oman and dovetails with the government's broader goal of stimulating economic diversification by promoting investment into tourism-related infrastructure.

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