The Cambodian construction activity is expected to register a marginal recovery in 2013 owing to the increasing interest from foreign investors along with enhanced public spending on construction. The construction growth rate is forecast to climb from nearly 6.5% in 2012 to 7.4% in 2013. At the same time, the growth expectation for 2013 is lower than the average indicator over the previous decade. This is explained by the drop in China’s investments and ongoing land acquisition disputes.
New research report “Cambodia and Laos Infrastructure Report Q2 2013” prepared by Business Monitor International (BMI) sheds light on the Cambodia and Laos infrastructure scenario. It contains present and forecast data on the Cambodia construction and infrastructure industry; evaluates the industry’s growth potential; reviews the transport infrastructure and estimates its competitiveness; delves into the energy and utilities infrastructure and describes the most prominent projects. The study indicates promising industrial sectors; outlines industry risks as well as development prospects; scrutinizes the competitive environment and profiles top players; characterizes the investment climate and business environment. Moreover, the report contains future market outlook.
Title: Cambodia and Laos Infrastructure Report Q2 2013
Published: April, 2013
Price: US$ 1,175.00
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