The Russian economy appears to be supporting long-term growth in the country’s construction industry. The latest statistics show that the first half of 2011 have seen positive changes in the residential, non-residential and infrastructure segments of this large and complex market. Interested business people can review this statistics, along with expert analysis and forecasts for the period to 2014 in PMR’s report, Construction sector in Russia H2 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2014.
This comprehensive document reveals all the details on market segment values and shares, trends and legal events, and volume of new roadways and residential apartments slated for completion during the forecast period. It also provides analysis of Russian macroeconomic conditions, levels of foreign and domestic investment, and sources of funding related to various government programmes.
“Just as we had predicted in the previous edition of the report, the Russian construction industry http://www.constructionrussia.com/ has recently resumed growth, with the value of construction output up by 17.6% in July. Such vibrant growth was last seen more than three years ago during the construction boom. The upcoming months will show whether this positive trend is sustainable. However, another optimistic development has been the long-awaited recovery in residential construction, where a 19% growth was reported in July. Construction activity in the country is also being boosted by infrastructure development, particularly in the area of transport infrastructure.”
In order to locate and capitalize on new construction sector opportunities as they arise, you need direct access to the latest news, sharpest analysis, most reliable statistics and knowledgeable forecasting available. Read Construction sector in Russia H2 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2014 today, and refer to this report from PMR on a regular basis as you monitor market expansion and contemplate new business strategies.
Readers will examine the playing field through detailed profiles of Russia’s top domestic and foreign construction companies. They’ll learn about their financial standings, potential projects and newly acquired and completed contracts, and projections for the future as well as corporate strategies for the period to 2014. Forecasts for the value of construction and assembly production for this period are also provided for the market as a single unit and for all segments.
This report also analyses trends that will affect market progress, such as prices, salaries, employment levels, levels of foreign and domestic investment, government programmes, cement production and macroeconomic conditions in Russia.
While preparing Construction sector in Russia H2 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2014, PMR’s expert analysts have thoroughly researched all salient aspects of the market, consulted their most reliable sources and created a market guide that answers the questions of readers on all major issues with regard to both the current status and future progression of this dynamic market sector.
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